SETE Linhas Aéreas

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SETE Linhas Aéreas
SETE Linhas Aéreas.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
5O SLX SETE
Founded 1999
Operating bases Goiânia/Santa Genoveva Airport
Hubs
Frequent-flyer program none
Alliance none
Fleet size 08
Destinations 13
Parent company Grupo SETE
Headquarters Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil
Key people Luiz Roberto Vilella (Managing Director)
Eriston Ricardo Macedo de Araújo (Managing Director)
Website www.voesete.com.br

SETE Linhas Aéreas Ltda. (Serviços Especiais de Transportes Executivos) is a domestic airline based in Goiânia, Brazil founded in 1999. The company operated in several cities located in the brazilian states of Goiás, Tocantins, Mato Grosso, Pará and Amapá, and also in the Federal District (Brasília) but since January 1, 2016 it is grounded for restructuring.

According to the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC), between January and December 2015 Sete had 0.1% of the domestic market share in terms of passengers per kilometer flown.[1]

History[edit]

SETE traces its origins to 1976, when Rolim Adolfo Amaro, also founder of TAM Airlines, created an airline specialized in general aviation and maintenance. The airline was sold to Luis Roberto Villela in 1980, who bought its first aircraft, a Mitsubishi.

In 1995 SETE built a hangar at Goiânia Airport and in 1998 it started to offer air-medical services. In 1999 SETE received authorization to operate charter flights and in 2006 it became a regular carrier. Its fleet then consisted of 3 Cessna 208B Grand Caravan. A fourth Cessna arrived in 2000 and a fifth in 2002.[2]

In spite of being the main regional airline of both Central and North-Central regions of Brazil, all regular services were indefinitely suspended on January 1, 2016. During the suspension all services of the airline will be restructured including routes and aircraft. Air taxi services are not affected.[3][4]

Destinations[edit]

As of December 2015 SETE Linhas Aéreas operated scheduled services to the following destinations:[5]

City Airport Code Airport Note
IATA ICAO
Altamira ATM SBHT Altamira Airport Terminated
Araguaína AUX SWGN Araguaína Airport Terminated
Belém BEL SBBE Val de Cans–Júlio Cezar Ribeiro International Airport Terminated
Brasília BSB SBBR Pres. Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport Terminated
Carajás (Parauapebas) CKS SBCJ Carajás Airport Terminated
Carolina CLN SBCI Brig. Lysias Augusto Rodrigues Airport Terminated
Conceição do Araguaia CDJ SBAA Conceição do Araguaia Airport Terminated
Confresa CFO SJHG Confresa Airport Terminated
Fortaleza FOR SBFZ Pinto Martins International Airport Terminated
Goiânia GYN SBGO Santa Genoveva Airport Terminated
Gurupi GRP SWGI Gurupi Airport Terminated
Imperatriz IMP SBIZ Pref. Renato Moreira Airport Terminated
Itaituba ITB SBIH Itaituba Airport Terminated
Macapá MCP SBMQ Macapá Airport Terminated
Marabá MAB SBMA João Correia da Rocha Airport Terminated
Monte Dourado (Almeirim) MEU SBMD Serra do Areão Airport Terminated
Minaçu MQH SWIQ Minaçu Airport Terminated
Ourilândia do Norte OIA SDOW Ourilândia do Norte Airport Terminated
Palmas PMW SBPJ Brig. Lysias Rodrigues Airport Terminated
Parnaíba PHB SBPB Pref. Dr. João Silva Filho Airport Terminated
Redenção RDC SNDC Redenção Airport Terminated
Santana do Araguaia CMP SNKE Santana do Araguaia Airport Terminated
Santarém STM SBSN Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport Terminated
São Félix do Araguaia SXO SWFX São Félix do Araguaia Airport Terminated
São Félix do Xingu SXX SNFX São Félix do Xingu Airport Terminated
São Luís SLZ SBSL Mal. Cunha Machado International Airport Terminated
Teresina THE SBTE Sen. Petrônio Portella Airport Terminated
Tucuruí TUR SBTU Tucuruí Airport Terminated

Fleet[edit]

As of July 2015 the fleet of Sete Linhas Aéreas included the following aircraft:[6]

SETE Linhas Aéreas Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Passengers (Y) Introduced Notes
Cessna 208B Grand Caravan 5 9 1999
Embraer EMB 120RT Brasília 3 30 2010

Airline affinity program[edit]

SETE Linhas Aéreas has no Frequent Flyer Program.

Embraer EMB 120 at Monte Dourado Airport

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Demanda e oferta do transporte aéreo" (in Portuguese). Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC). 27 January 2016. Retrieved 16 April 2016. 
  2. ^ "Sete Linhas Aéreas (Brasil)" (in Portuguese). Aviação Brasil. Retrieved 20 May 2010. 
  3. ^ "Aérea brasileira suspende operações a partir de janeiro" (in Portuguese). Panrotas. 23 December 2015. Retrieved 23 December 2015. 
  4. ^ "SETE Linhas Aéreas suspende operações regulares" (in Portuguese). ANAC. 23 December 2015. Retrieved 25 December 2015. 
  5. ^ "Mapa de rotas" (in Portuguese). Sete Linhas Aéreas. Retrieved 23 December 2015. 
  6. ^ "Frota atual das empresas brasileiras" (in Portuguese). Aeromuseu. 25 July 2015. Retrieved 24 December 2015. 

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