TAF Linhas Aereas
TAF Linhas Aereas was a Brazilian carrier based at Forteleza Airport. The carrier was established as an air taxi company in 1957, prior to reconfiguring its business model on 01-Mar-1995 as a scheduled carrier. It operated scheduled passenger and freight services using a mixed fleet consisting of Boeing 737, 727, Cessna 208 and Embraer 110 aircraft. TAF ceased scheduled passenger operations in 2009 and focussed on cargo and postal air services. Brazil's ANAC suspended TAF Linhas Aereas' operational license on 15-Jun-2010, effectively ceasing all air operations. On 07-Feb-2013, its operational license was revoked.
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