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TABA – Transportes Aéreos Bandeirantes

For the Brazilian airline defunct in 1999, see TABA – Transportes Aéreos da Bacia Amazônica.
TABA – Transportes Aéreos Bandeirantes
IATA
ICAO
Callsign
Founded 1945
Ceased operations 1950
Key people Alberto Martins Torres

TABA – Transportes Aéreos Bandeirantes was a Brazilian airline founded in 1945. In 1950 it was incorporated by Lóide Aéreo Nacional.


History

TABATransportes Aéreos Bandeirantes was founded in 1945 by Alberto Martins Torres, a former pilot of the Brazilian Air Force. Originally the airline was called Transportes Aéreos da Bacia Amazônica and revenue was based on the transportation of rubber to Belém. However, even before starting its services, the market of rubber changed, princes dropped and the operation of those basis became unviable. For this reason, the owner requested to the Brazilian authorities to change its authorized routes for the trunk route Rio de Janeiro / Porto Alegre. Since it would not operate in the Amazon Basin anymore, the name was changed to Transportes Aéreos Bandeirantes in order to maintain the acronym.[1]

In 1948 the airline started its services from Rio de Janeiro to Laguna using its Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina aircraft. Later, the route was extended until Porto Alegre.

After being grounded for some months for lack of equipment, TABA was sold to Lóide Aéreo Nacional in 1950.[2]


Fleet

TABA (Bandeirantes) Fleet[3]
Aircraft Total Years of operation Notes
Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina 2 1948–1949
Douglas DC-3 1 1949

Accidents and incidents

References

External links

  • TABA (Bandeirantes) Accidents as per Aviation Safety Database
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