Rio Linhas Aéreas
|Operating bases||Afonso Pena International Airport (Curitiba)|
|Hubs||São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport|
|Secondary hubs||Brasília–Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport
Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport,
|Headquarters||Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil|
|Key people||William Starostik Filho|
Rio Linhas Aéreas had night flight contracts to transport mail and packages for Correios (Brazilian Postal Service).
The airline originally operated as JetSul. In 1998, however, it suspended its operations in order to restructure itself. In 2007 it started preliminary studies and tests. Cargo services started in 2008, after receiving regulatory approval. It had codeshare agreements with Globex Cargo and Smart Cargo.
In 2014, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) approved the purchase of 49.99% by Brazilian Correios, but the purchase was not concluded.
In its Curitiba hub, the airline has a 12,000 sq. meters (129166 sq. ft.) warehouse, with complete infrastructure for running, managing, and controlling the airline's operations.
As of January 2017 the Rio Linhas Aéreas fleet consists of none aircraft: