TAG

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TAG
TAG.png
CSAV
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IMATO
TG
MIS
TAG
Callsign
AIR GUANABARA
Founded February 2019
Bases Guanabara Intermicronational Airport
Rio de Janeiro
Hubs Guanabara Intermicronational Airport
Rio de Janeiro
Member lounge LBPFly
Alliance none
Subsidiaries none
Fleet size 10
Destinations ?
Slogan Love where you're going
Parent company Independent
Headquarters Estado Virtual da Guanabara Ilha do Governador, Rio de Janeiro
Revenue ~1,000,000,000 Contos/annual
Operating income ~250,000,000 Contos/annual
Net income ~750,000,000 Contos/annual


The TAG Airwais (Transportes Aéreos Guanabara in Portuguese) (IMATO code: TG ; MIS code: TAG; Callsign: AIR GUANABARA) is the biggest airline in the Guanabara. The airline was founded on February 1 2019. The hub is located in the Rio de Janeiro capital city airport of Guanabara Intermicronational Airport.

Is the sponsor of the football club Tijuca FC in Primeira Liga Guanabara.

In January 2019 Fininvest acquired 1% of the shares of TAG - Airways.

Fleets

TAG Airwais Fleet and Registration
Aircraft Registration
DLPA 1 (1) LP-CKZ
DLPA 2 (1) LP-CMZ
DLPA Baltak-19 (15) LP-UZ1, LP-UZ2, LP-UZ3, LP-UZ4, LP-UZ5, LP-UZ6, LP-UZ7, LP-UZ8, LP-UZ9
LP-TZ1, LP-TZ2, LP-TZ3, LP-TZ4, LP-TZ5, LP-TZ6
Boeing 737-800 (1) AM-AC
Dassault Mercure (1) LP-001
Douglas DC-3 (2) LP-DC, LP-DC2
Antonov An-38 (2) LP-SMF LP-VIM
Bombardier DHC-2 (2) LP-CAK, LP-CZM
Yakovlev Yak-40 (2) LP-BYA, LP-BYA2
Let L-410 Turbolet (3) LP-X9Q, LP-CZM, LP-ZA3
IPTN CN235 (2) LP-XNO LP-XNO2
Antonov An-26 (2) LP-SM LP-SM2

Destinations

Comming soon.

H
Hub
City Country Region IMATO Airport Remarks
Rio de Janeiro Guanabara Rio de Janeiro-RJ GIA Guanabara Intermicronational Airport
São Paulo Brazil São Paulo-SP GRU Aeroporto Internacional de São Paulo
Belo Horizonte Brazil Belo Horizonte-MG BHO Aeroporto Internacional de Belo Horizonte
Barcelonenses Venezolívia Venezolívia Barcelonenses AIV Aeroporto Intermicronacional de Venezolívia
Chichicastenango Chinalméxico Chinalméxico Chichicastenango AIC Aeroporto Intermicronacional de Chinalméxico
Lisboa RUPA.png RUPA Lisboa, Portugal LIS Aeroporto da Portela
São Valeur São Guimarães São Guimarães ? VAL ?
Dara BugolaviaFlag.jpg Bugolavia ? BUG ?
Nekane Kingdom of Gaston Kingdom of Gaston ? GAS ?

The Company

Fixed Base Operation (FBO) in Rio de Janeiro
Inauguration of the company's operation in Rio de Janeiro, with the presence of the First Minister of Guanabara Tobias Ferreira.


See also

Guanabara

Tijuca FC

Fininvest