Nacional Transportes Aéreos
Nacional Transportes Aéreos was a Brazilian airline founded in 2000. It ceased operations in 2002.
The low-fare carrier Nacional Transportes Aéreos was founded on December 26, 2000 and had as its first service the trunk route São Paulo-Guarulhos / Rio de Janeiro-Galeão / Recife / Fortaleza / São Luís, operated with a Boeing 737-400. The following year, Araçatuba, Brasília, Campo Grande, Cuiabá and Goiânia were added to the network. The Boeing 737-400 was returned to the leasor in April 2001 and replaced by a Boeing 737-200. A second 737-200 arrived in July 2001.
In January 2002, as a consequence of a financial crisis, Nacional was forced to return the aircraft and ceased all operations a few weeks later.
- Araçatuba – Dario Guarita Airport
- Brasília – Pres. Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport
- Campo Grande – Campo Grande International Airport
- Cuiabá – Marechal Rondon International Airport
- Fortaleza – Pinto Martins International Airport
- Goiânia – Santa Genoveva Airport
- Recife – Guararapes/Gilberto Freyre International Airport
- Rio de Janeiro – Galeão/Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport
- São Luís – Marechal Cunha Machado International Airport
- São Paulo – Guarulhos/Gov. André Franco Montoro International Airport
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Airline Affinity Program
Nacional did not have an airline affinity program.
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- "Nacional Transportes Aéreos (Brasil)" (in Portuguese). Aviação Brasil. Retrieved 26 June 2010.