EuroAtlantic Airways – Transportes Aéreos S.A., operating and styled as euroAtlantic airways, is a Portuguese airline specialized in leasing, charters flights and headquartered in Lisbon, Portugal. It operates worldwide charter services as well as ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance and Insurance) and other wet lease operations. EuroAtlantic Airways also operates a scheduled flight between Lisbon and Bissau. Its main base is Portela Airport, Lisbon.
Founded as Air Zarco on 25 August 1993, the company adopted the trade name Air Madeira until 17 May 2000, when the Memorandum of Association was altered by deed, and the name of EuroAtlantic Airways – Transportes Aéreos S.A. was adopted.
In 2009, EuroAtlantic Airways signed a deal to operate 2 Boeing 777-200ER on behalf of Biman Bangladesh Airlines. The airline is owned by Quanlux (Luxembourg) (45%), Tomaz Julio Teixeira Metello (25%), Anglotel (Luxembourg) (20%) and Danielle Chadrin Metello (10%) and has 239 employees (at March 2007).
EuroAtlantic was known for owning the last operated Lockheed L-1011 in Europe. The Lockheed L-1011 was formally owned by Air Zarco and was built in February 1983 and was obtained by EuroAtlantic in June 2000, but was stored in March 2010 in Amman.
On May 16, 2014, Air Canada announced that it had contracted EuroAtlantic to operate two Boeing 767-300ER (CS-TFS [14C, 272Y], CS-TFT [12C, 273Y]) on three international routes (Madrid, Lima, Bogotá) for a period of six weeks (July 1 – August 6, 2014) until the Canadian airline's new Boeing 787 Dreamliner was integrated into the summer flight schedule. This was due to delays in the delivery of the new Dreamliners.