Presidente Transportes Aéreos
Presidente Transportes Aéreos was a Brazilian airline founded in 1996. In 2001 it ceased operations.
Presidente Transportes Aéreos had its origins on a general aviation company founded in 1987. In 1996 President was authorized to become a regional scheduled carrier, with services operated from Presidente Prudente. In 1998 the company reduced operations and in May 1999 it was grounded. In 2000 the owner of the aircraft re-possessed the aircraft for lack of payment. As a last attempt for survival its operational base was transferred to Cuiabá but in 2001 Presidente ceased operations.
Presidente served the following cities:
- Aripuanã – Aripuanã Airport
- Assis – Marcelo Pires Halzhausen Airport
- Brasília – Pres. Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport
- Campo Grande – Campo Grande International Airport
- Cascavel – Adalberto Mendes da Silva Airport
- Cuiabá – Marechal Rondon International Airport
- Foz do Iguaçu – Cataratas International Airport
- Goiânia – Santa Genoveva Airport
- Juruena – Juruena Airport
- Nova Andradina
- Ourinhos – Jornalista Benedito Pimentel Airport
- Presidente Prudente – Presidente Prudente Airport
- Rondonópolis – Maestro Marinho Franco Airport
- São José do Rio Preto – Prof. Eribelto Manoel Reino Airport
- São Paulo – Congonhas Airport
- Sinop – Sinop Airport
|Aircraft||Total||Years of operation||Notes|
|Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante||3||1996–2001|
- "Presidente Transportes Aéreos" (in Portuguese). Aviação Brasil. Retrieved 31 October 2011.