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FORMED BY THE ECUADOREAN AIR FORCE AS TRANSPORTES AEREOS MILITARES ECUATORIANOS (TAME) AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1962. LATER IT WAS RENAMED TRANSPORTES AEREOS MERCANTILES ECUADORIANOS (TAME). (TAM) IS STILL A BRANCH OF THE ECUADORIAN AIR FORCE (ECF). DOMESTIC, SCHEDULED AND CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
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THE REPUBLIC OF ECUADOR WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1809, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 283,561 SQ KM, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS QUITO, ITS POPULATION IS 12 MILLION, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS SPANISH.
DECEMBER 1995: TAME (TAM) FLIES TO TO BAHIA, CALI, COCA, CUENCA, ESMERALDAS, LOJA, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS, GUAYAQUIL, MACAS LAGO AGRIO, MACHALA, MANTA, PORTOVIEJO, SALINAS, AND TULCAN.
731 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 18 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 12 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
1 F 100 (TAY 650-15), 4TH IN LAST YEAR.
MARCH 1996: 6TH F 100 IN LAST YEAR.
JULY 1997: COLONEL HERNAN CORTEZ REPLACED COLONEL LUIS ACOSTA, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE.
SEPTEMBER 1997: GENERAL CARLOS BANDERAS, EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT REPLACES GENERAL LUIS ITURRALDE.
PLANS FOR USA SERVICE, IN 1998.
DECEMBER 1997: MAJOR OSWALDO CARLOSAMA, MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR. LIET COLONEL HERNAN CORTES, LOGISITICS MANAGER; & EDWIN VARGAS, QUALITY CONTROL CHIEF.
APRIL 1998: 731 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 18 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 12 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
ACCDT: (TAM) 727-230 (21622, HC-BRI) CRASHED INTO A MOUNTAIN, SHORTLY AFTER TAKEOFF FROM BOGOTA, COLOMBIA = ALL 10/43 FATALITIES. THE TAME (TAM) 727 WAS WET-LEASED TO AIR FRANCE (AFA).
JANUARY 1999: 1 757-200, WET-LEASED FOR OPERATIONS TO THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS.
MARCH 1999: 2 727-230'S (21618; 21620), EX-ISTANBUL AIRLINES (IST).
APRIL 1999: 731 EMPLOYEES.
1 + 1 ORDER (JUNE 1999) F 28-4000, EX-(SAS) (11112; 11115).
JUNE 1999: FREDDY CABRERA, DIRECTOR ENGINEERING, EX-ECUATORIANA (ECU). GARY BURTON, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (COO), EX-LANCHILE (LAN).
757-23A (24566, XA-RLM) RETURNED TO TAESA (TES).
JULY 1999: GENERAL WILLIAM BIRKET, EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT REPLACING GENERAL CARLOS BANDERAS.
OCTOBER 1999: IVAN ALVAREZ, DIRECTOR ENGINEERING & PLANNING. FREDDIE CABRERA, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL.
NOVEMBER 1999: 1998 = -$1.18 MILLION (-$3.95 MILLION) (NET LOSS).
DECEMBER 1999: THE (FAA) SAFETY OVERSIGHT STILL RATES ECUADOR AS CATEGORY 2 (INTERMEDIATE) (STILL RESTRICTS FLIGHTS TO USA).
APRIL 2000: 731 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 18 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 12 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
MAY 2000: JOSE BRUZZONE, WHO HAD LEFT TAME (TAM) RETURNED TO HIS FORMER POSITION AS EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT.
JULY 2000: AIR FORCE COMMANDER, OSWALDO DOMINGUEZ ANNOUNCES THAT TAME (TAM), WHICH HAS BEEN OPERATED BY THE AIR FORCE FOR THE LAST 40 YEARS, WILL BE PRIVATIZED. THE AIR FORCE WILL MAINTAIN CONTROL OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) AND SAFETY.
1999 = 1.2 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).
DECEMBER 2000: TO BE PRIVATIZED IN 2001 BY THE ECUADORIAN AIR FORCE. THE AIR FORCE WILL RETAIN 51%.
FEBRUARY 2001: 2/3 ORDERS RAISBECK HUSHKITS, FOR 5 727-200'S, TO MEET STAGE 3 NOISE RULES, FOR $6 MILLION (2 AIRPLANES IN 2001, 2 IN 2002, AND 1 IN 2003).
JANUARY 2002: ACCDT: (TAM) 727-134 (JT8D-9A) (498-19692, /67 64 50 HC-BLF), EX-(TRS), CRASHED NEAR IPIALES, COLOMBIA, IN THE ANDES MOUNTAINS = ALL 9/83 FATALITIES. THE AIRPLANE WAS FOUND ON THE SIDE OF A VOLCANO AT THE 12,500 FT LEVEL, CLOSE TO THE BORDER WITH ECUADOR.
APRIL 2002: (http://www.tame.com.ec).
OWNERS: ECUADOREAN AIR FORCE (100%).
MAY 2002: 2001 = +$2 MILLION: 3.25 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) FROM 52 DAILY FLIGHTS.
OPERATED AS A COMMERCIAL AIRLINE BY ECUADOR'S AIR FORCE FOR NEARLY 40 YEARS, AND HANDLING 92% OF DOMESTIC (RPK)'S (PASSENGER TRAFFIC), NOW PLANS TO EXPAND ITS FLEET, BY PURCHASING 1 NEW JET, AND LEASING 3 OR 4 MORE. WILL ALSO ACQUIRE A LATE MODEL FOKKER.
July 2002: The government OK's a draft bill providing for TAME (TAM) to become jointly owned and operated by public, and private capital, and become known as "TAME Linea Aerea del Ecuador CEM." The nation's air force will hold 51% of the shares, with management and operational functions being assumed by its strategic partner, even if it holds less than 49% equity.
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2001 = 581 Million (RPK) (passenger traffic); 60.5% LF (load factor); 1.18 Million passengers (PAX); 4.59 Million (FTK) (freight traffic); 731 employees.
November 2002: Volcano Reventador near Quito renewed its activity with strong emissions of sulphur gas and ash clouds, closing the airport for almost a week.
June 2003: 1 +1 order (August 2003) A320-200's (V2500) (2014, HC-CDY; 44), GATX (GAX) 5 year leased.
August 2003: A320-232 (2014, HC-CDY), (GAX) 5 year leased.
September 2003: A320-214 (2044, HC-CDZ), (GAX) leased delivery.
May 2004: (email@example.com).
Letter of Intent (LOI) 2 orders Embraer 170LR's, 70Y, & 1/4 order Embraer 190, 98Y.
March 2006: TAME (TAM) of Ecuador took delivery of its first two 76-seat Embraer EMB-170s (00087, HC-CEX; 00092, HC-CEY). It also has an order for a 104-seat EMB-190 and options on an additional four airplanes from the 170/190 family.
June 2006: The USA (FAA) raised the safety rating of Ecuador to Category 1 following a "reassessment" of the country's civil aviation authority.
Ecuador's leading airlines TAME (TAM) and Aerogal (ERG) are now planning flights to Miami and New York.
TAME (TAM) of Ecuador took delivery of a 104-seat Embraer EMB-190 (00027, HC-CEZ). The carrier has two 170s in operation and holds four options on 170/190 family airplanes.
June 2007: TAME (TAM) of Ecuador converted two EMB-190 options. The airline operates two EMB-170s and a single EMB-190. The new airplanes will be delivered by year end. "This decision is based on the success achieved by operating this type of airplane, which was first acquired in 2006, that has boosted passenger demand," (TAM) President, Fernando Martinez de la Vega said.
December 2007: 2 EMB-190s (0137, HC-CGF "Cuidad de Loja;" 0141, HC-CGG "Ciudad de Manta"), deliveries.
October 2008: A320-233 (2084, HC-CGW), ex-TACA International (TAC), AerCap (DEA) leased.
July 2009: A320-232 (932, HC-CID - - SEE PHOTO - - "TAM-A320-232-2009-07"), ex-bmi (BMA), ex-(G-MIDZ).
February 2011: SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "TAM-A320-214 EMB-190 2011-02" WHICH SHOWS A320-214 (657, HC-CGJ) AND EMB-190 (0027, HC-CEZ) AT QUITO.
June 2011: Coopesa (COO) signed a contract with Tame (TAM) to perform a "C" check on an A320. This is the fourth "C" check performed by Coopesa (COO) for (TAM). Coopesa (COO) has USA (FAA) and (EASA) approval for A320 family airplanes; it has performed 32 "C" checks in the last 18 months.
August 2011: Copa Airlines (COP) and TAME Ecuador (TAM) have signed a code share agreement. It will initially include Quito - Panama, and Guayaquil - Panama service, but will later expand to include flights to the interior of Ecuador as well as to the entire Latin American region.
September 2011: As the commercial branch of the Ecuadorian air force, TAME Linea Aerea del Ecuador (TAM) operates scheduled domestic flights, as well as international services to destinations in South America and the Caribbean. Also offers charter flights within South America and the Caribbean.
Employees = 1,300.
(IATA) Code: EQ - 269. (ICAO) Code: TAE (Callsign - TAME).
Parent organization/shareholders: Ecuadorian Air Force (100%).
Alliances: (LAN) Ecuador (LNE).
Main Base: Quito Mariscal Sucre Airport (UIO).
Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Coca; Cuenca; Esmeraldas; Galapagos Islands; Guayaquil; Lago Agrio; Loja; Macas; Manta; Quito; San Cristobal; Tulcan.
International, Scheduled Destinations: Cali.
October 2011: TAME Ecuador (TAM) has taken delivery of the first ATR42-500 that will operate in the country. ATR and (TAM) inked a $54 million dollars contract for three of these airplanes at the last Paris Air Show, in June 2011.
The airplane, as well as the other two, will enable (TAM) to develop public service routes across the country. With these new ATR42-500s, (TAM) will bring air connections to some remote Ecuadorian areas, while feeding main national airports at Quito and Guayaquil.
November 2011: The Ecuadorian government is considering partially privatizing its national carrier, TAME Linea Aerea del Ecuador (TAM) and is looking for a strategic partner to develop Eloy Alfaro International (MEC) in Manta, the country’s Tourism Minister, Freddy Ehlers said.
“We are interested in having conversations for a joint venture (JV) for (TAM),” he said, conceding discussions have already taken place with several airlines. “We want to grow (TAM) into an important carrier in South America and we welcome foreign expertise in helping us to reach this goal,” he added. To safeguard traffic rights, the foreign investor will not be able to own more than >49% of (TAM)’s capital.
Ecuador’s national flag carrier operates on a mostly domestic network and some international routes to Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and Panama using three A320-200s, one A319, five (CF34)-powered Embraer EMB-170s and EMB-190s, and one ATR42-500. The ATR was delivered some weeks ago and is part of a $54 million dollar contract for three ATR42-500s signed at the Paris Air Show in June 2011. The ATR is being operated by TAMEXpress, which was launched only recently as an independent operational unit of TAME (TAM). The second ATR is scheduled for delivery this month.
“We are also opening the development and management of Manta airport to foreign investment," Ehlers said. "The potential of this airport is great owing to its strategic location on the west coast of Ecuador. It is the best place to connect Latin America with Asia. It avoids travelers from Asia having to connect over the USA if they come to Latin America; for lots of Chinese people, it is difficult and cumbersome to get a USA visa. If we can attract Asian carriers to (MEC), (TAM) can provide feeder traffic,” he said, revealing the government is “considering involving Lufthansa (DLH) Consulting in the Manta airport and (TAM) project.”
The Ecuadorian government is investing $350 million in the upgrade and expansion of its airports. The bulk of this investment is for the new Quito International Airport, which is scheduled to open next year and will have a 4,100 m runway and (MEC). The management of four of the country’s 26 airports is under concession to companies or consortia from the private sector: (UIO), Simon Bolivar airport in Guayaquil (GYE), Mariscal Lamar Airport in Cuenca, and Seymour Airport in Baltra on the Galapagos Islands.
April 2012: TAME Ecuador (TAM) has announced plans to lay off 206 of its staff as part of restructuring efforts to make (TAM) controlled by the Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana (based at Quito Marsical Sucre airport (UIO)) profitable.
July 2012: (TAME) Ecuador (TAM) has launched daily, A319-100 service between Quito Marsical Sucre (UIO) and Bogotá El Nuevo Dorado International (BOG) airports on July 9 and plans to add an additional third ex-TACA International Airlines (TAC) A319-100 to be able to further expand its international presence. Besides Bogota, it currently serves Cali Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International (CLO) and Panamá City Tocumen International (PTY) airports but has plans to add Buenos Aires Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini (EZE), Caracas Simón Bolívar International (CCS), Havana José Marti International (HAV), Lima Jorge Chávez International (LIM), New York John F Kennedy International (JFK), and São Paulo Internacional Guarulhos (GRU) airports by the end of 2013.
September 2012: Ecuadorian state-owned carrier, TAME (TAM) plans to launch its first medium-haul routes to Buenos Aires and New York in 2013, while consolidating its regional presence.
(TAM) (CEO), Rafael Farias said that its international expansion is proving highly successful. "We are now operating daily to Bogota and Panama and converted our charter flights to Havana into two weekly regular flights", he says, that (TAME) (TAM)'s entry into the Bogota market has led to fares falling by about -50%.
"As a government owned company we have the mandate to serve the Ecuadorian interior, but also to make Ecuador more accessible and competitive in the context of international tourism. For us, the route to Bogota is very profitable, and at the same time we were able to break the Avianca (AVI) monopoly on the route, which had maintained incredibly high fares," he said.
(TAM) will launch a daily flight to Caracas this month as an extension of its Bogota route, and will start flying to Lima daily in November, added Farias.
In early 2013, TAME (TAM) plans to extend the Lima route to Buenos Aires. "We received local traffic rights between Peru and Argentina, so this is something we are going to do as soon as we consolidate the operation from Quito and Guayaquil to Lima," he said.
Other destinations planned for 2013 are New York and, eventually, Sao Paulo. All medium haul routes will be operated with A319/A320 airplanes.
October 2012: (TAME) (TAM) has extended its contract with Sabena Technics (SAB) Barfield to include the support of two additional A319s. This builds on an existing six-year contract between (TAM) and Barfield for the full support of six A320 family airplanes.
November 2012: (TAME) Ecuador (TAM) launched daily, Quito - Lima service on November 26.
(TAM) is considering adding A330-200s or A330-300s next year as part of its plan to launch routes to the United States with New York John F Kennedy International (JFK) airport expected to be its first USA destination. (TAM) currently only serves Bogotá El Nuevo Dorado International (BOG), Cali Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International (CLO), Caracas Simón Bolívar International (CCS) and Panamá City Tocumen International (PTY) airports internationally.
December 2012: (TAME) (TAM) continues to grow its regional network from Quito (UIO) with the launch of daily flights to Lima (LIM) in neighboring Peru. The 1,300 km route along the Andes is operated with one of the two A319s purchased by (TAM) this year. Competition on the route comes from Taca (TAC) and (LAN), which connect the two capitals with respectively 14 and 11 weekly flights. Rafael Farías, (TAME)’s (CEO), underlined: “Launch of this new route inaugurates the celebration of (TAME)’s 50th anniversary this month.” Notably, Lima is (TAM)’s third international destination launched this year, and follows the July launch of (TAM)’s Bogotá, which was extended to include Caracas in mid-September.
TAME Ecuador ((IATA) Code: EQ, based at Quito Marsical Sucre airport (UIO)) (TAM) has resumed regional domestic services from both Guayaquil José Joaquín de Olmdeo International (GYE) and Quito Marsical Sucre (UIO) to Loja Camilo Ponce Enriquez (LOH) from December 17 after the airport had been closed since August for runway repair and extension work. (TAM) operates up to three daily EMB-190 services from Quito and up to two daily ATR42-500 services from Guayaquil, where it competes with SAEREO - Servicios Aéreos Ejecutivos ((IATA) Code: MZ, based at Quito Marsical Sucre airport (UIO)) which offers two daily EMB-120 services on the route.
January 2013: (TAME) (TAM) continues its international expansion, which commenced last year with new route from Guayaquil (GYE), the main city in Ecuador, to São Paulo Guarulhos (GRU). Thrice-weekly flights on the 4,300 km route across South America are now offered by (TAM), the Ecuadorian carrier and operated with A319s.
February 2013: Ecuador’s new $700 million, Quito International Airport opened February 20, replacing the city’s 52-year-old Quito Mariscal Sucre airport, which closed a day earlier.
The new airport is located 24 km east of Quito. Operations began at the new airport with a Tame Airline (TAM) A319 landing from Guayaquil, followed minutes later by flights operated by Aerogal (ERG) and TAN Ecuador.
Construction began in 2006 as a follow-up of the management privatization of old Quito International in 2002.
Management company Quiport expects the upgraded infrastructure (including a better geographical location and a longer runway) will allow airlines to introduce nonstop operations to destinations such as Madrid.
November 2013: TAME (TAM) has begun serving New York (JFK) from its base at Guayaquil (GYE) in Ecuador. The six times weekly service was launched on November 22nd using (TAM)'s A330. Competition on the 4,780 km sector comes from (LAN) Ecuador (LNE), who operate the route on a daily basis using 767-300s.
(TAM) currently has a fleet of 17 airplanes; one A330, five A320s, four A319s, two EMB-190s, two EMB-170s and three ATR42-500s.
December 2013: (TAME) Ecuador (TAM) is looking to launch its first flights to Europe during 2014. Speaking to Ecuador's "El Telégrafo," (TAM) Operations Manager, Patricio Banderas said studies had already been completed with Madrid Barajas and Barcelona El Prat currently under consideration. When asked whether (TAM)'s sole A330-200 would be adequate to service the route, Mr Banderas said while the A330 had proven itself on flights to New York (JFK), another airplane would have to be used. Flights to Los Angeles International are also in the pipeline, Mr Banderas noted. Founded in 1962, the Ecuadorian carrier currently operates a fleet of A319-100s, A320-200s, EMB-170s, EMB-190s and ATR42-500s on flights throughout Ecuador, as well as South and Central America. A 6x weekly service from Guayaquil to New York was launched on November 22, 2013.
(TAME) Ecuador (TAM) currently operates 20 airplanes to 8 countries, 23 destinations, on 31 routes and 105 daily flights.
January 2014: TAME (TAM), the flag carrier and the largest airline of Ecuador, expanded its domestic offering with a new service from Quito (UIO) to Salinas (SNC) on January 16th. The 360 km sector from the capital of Ecuador will be served twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) utilizing (TAM)’s 50-seat ATR42-500s. No other carrier serves this airport pair.
August 2014: TAME (TAM)'s current destinations are:
Domestic: Baltra, Coca, Cuenca, Esmeraldas, Guayaquil, Lago Agrio, Latacunga, Loja, Masas, Manta, Quito, Salinas, San Cristobal, Santa Rosa, Tena, and Tulcan (Baltra and San Cristobal are located on the Galapagos Islands).
International: Bogota (BOG), Buenos Aires (EZE), Cali (CLO), Caracas (CCS), Lima (LIM), New York (JFK), and Sao Paulo (GRU).
November 2014: tame (TAM), the flag carrier of Ecuador, expanded its presence at Fort Lauderdale, Forida (FLL), with the addition of its second route to the airport on November 20th, this time from Guayaquil (GYE). The 3,124 km sector to the popular tourist destination will be served thrice-weekly (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays), utilizing (TAM)’s 162Y-seat A320s. While no other carrier operates this airport pair, tame (TAM) is also flying to Fort Lauderdale from its Quito hub with daily services. Besides this, (TAM) is already operating to the USA market with daily flights to New York (JFK) from Guayaquil.
March 2016: JetBlue Airways (JBL) on February 25 launched services from Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Quito (UIO), marking (JBL)’s 1st scheduled service to the Ecuador gateway. “Quito is 1 of the fastest-growing destinations in Latin America,” said Dave Clark, (JBL)’s VP Network Planning. “Whether travelers are coming from South Florida, the NE or the West Coast, it’s never been easier to visit Ecuador’s historic capital city.”
(JBL) will use its A320 fleet on the 2,916 km sector daily, with the airport pair facing no direct competition. (JBL) replaces TAME (TAM), which ceased services on the route on February 20. However, (TAM) the Ecuadorian carrier will still serve Fort Lauderdale from Guayaquil. Quito becomes the fifth destination for JetBlue (JBL) in South America, with (JBL) having scheduled services to Lima in Peru, as well as Bogota, Cartagena, and Medellín in Colombia.
March 2017: tame (TAM) commenced flights between Quito (UIO), the host of Routes Americas 2018, and New York (JFK) on March 1. The 4,554 km link replaces (TAM)’s existing service between Guayaquil and (JFK), a route that (TAM) launched on March 18 last year. Like (TAM)’s Guayaquil - (JFK) link, tame (TAM) will operate its newest sector on its sole 278-seat A330-200 registered (HC-COH). No other carrier currently links Quito to (JFK). (JFK) becomes the 6th USA airport to be served direct from Quito, with American Airlines (AAL) offering a 15x-weekly link to Miami and a 6x-weekly link to Dallas/Fort Worth. JetBlue Airways (JBL) provides an 8x-weekly connection from Fort Lauderdale, while Delta Air Lines (DAL) links Quito with Atlanta, also with 8x-weekly flights. Finally, United Airlines (UAL) also offers 8x-weekly flights between its Houston Intercontinental hub and Quito. With tame (TAM)’s (JFK) connection, it means that Quito currently has 52x-weekly flights to the USA.
June 2017: A330-223 (939, TC-LNB), ex-(D-ALAB), Turkish Airlines (THY) leased.
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TAM-A320-214 EMB-190 2011-02
TAM-ATR42-500 - 2011-10
0 727-17 (JT8D-9A) (806-20328, /70 HC-BLV "AZUAY"), EX-(CPA)/(DAN). RTND. 123Y
0 727-134 (JT8D-7A) (487-19691, /67 HC-BLE "MANABI;" 498-19692, /67 HC-BLF), EX-(TRS)/(PAL). 19692 W/O 2002-01. 19691; XFRD TO (RCF) 2008-06. 123Y.
0 727-2T3 (JT8D-17 HK) (1644-22078, /80 HC-BHM "COTOPAXI"), STORED. 155Y.
0 727-230 (JT8D-15) (887-20560, /72 HC-BRI "GUAYAS;" 1011-20788, /74 HC-BSC "GALAPAGOS"), EX-(DLH)/(IST) 1999-02. 20560; 20788; RTND. 155Y.
0 727-230 (JT8D-15 HK) (1404-21618, /78 HC-BZR "ESMERALDAS"), EX-(DLH)/(IST) 1999-03. 21618 RTND. 155Y.
2 A319-112 (0946, /99 HC-CMO; 0949, /99 HC-COF), EX-(F-WTBM) 2012-05, EX-(OE-ISR) 2013-04. 12C, 112Y.
1 A319-132 (V2524-A5) (1934, HC-CMP), EX-N476TA), (TAC) LSD 2012-07. 12C, 112Y.
1 A319-132 (V2524-A5) (2659, /06 HC-CGT "CIUDAD DE ESMERALDAS"), (ILF) LSD 2006-01, 12C, 112Y.
1 A320-214 (CFM56-5B4/P) (657, /97 HC-CGJ "CIUDAD DE GUAYAQUIL"), MALS LSD 2008-04. 24CY, 156Y.
2 A320-200, 162Y.
0 A320-214 (V2527E-A5) (2044, /03 HC-CDZ "CIUDAD DE GUAYAQUIL"), (GAX) 5 YR LSD 2003-09. RTND. 162Y.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (934, /98 HC-CID - - SEE PHOTO - - "TAM-A320-232-2009-07"), EX-(BMA), EX-(G-MIDZ). AERCO GROUP LSD 2009-08. 162Y.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (1368, /00 HC-COC), EX-(N863AG) 2013-02. 162Y.
1 A320-233 (V2527-A5) (1339, HC-COE), EX-(PR-MBM), (AWA) LSD 2013-05. 162Y.
0 A320-233 (V2527E-A5) (2014, /03 HC-CDY 2003-06), (GAX) 5 YR LSD. RTND. 162Y.
1 A320-233 (V2527E-A5) (2084, /03 HC-CGW "CIUDAD DE QUITO"), EX-(TAC), (DEA) LSD 2008-10. 162Y.
1 A330-200 (HC-COH), EX-(EAD), 27C, 251Y.
1 A330-200 (939, TC-LNB), EX-(D-ALAB), TURKISH AIRLINES (THY) LEASED.
0 DHC-300 TWIN OTTER, RTND.
0 F28-4000 FELLOWSHIP (SPEY 555-15P) (11112, /76 HC-BZU "MORONOA SANTIAGO"), EX-(SAS), FELLOWSHIP. RTND. 82Y.
0 F28-4000 FELLOWSHIP (SPEY 555-15P) (11126, HC-CFB), 2005-11. RTND. 81Y.
0 F28-4000 FELLOWSHIP (SPEY 555-15P) (11228, /85 HC-CEH "CIUDAD DE LOJA"), 2003-12. RTND. 70Y.
0 B AE 748-2A, 3 RTND.
3 ATR42-500 (PW127) (844, /11 HC-CLT; 849, /11 HC-CMB; 854, /12 HC-CHM), EX-(F-WWLG) 2011-10. 42Y.
0 EMBRAER EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118A) (088, /88 HC-CDM), SAEREO LSD 2002-08. RTND. 30Y.
2 EMB-170LR (CF34-8E5) (00087, /06 HC-CEX "FRANCISCO DE ORELLANO;" 00092, /06 HE-CEY "PUERTO BAQUERIZO MORENO"), 76Y.
4 EMB-190 (CF34-10E6) (0027, /06 HC-CEZ "CIUDAD DE CUENCA;" 0137, /07 HC-CGF "CIUDAD DE LOJA;" 0141, /07 HC-CGG "CIUDAD DE MANTA;" 0373, HC-COY, 2013-11), INTER-AMERICAN BANK LSD 2007-12. 0027; RTND. DENIM AIR (DNM) LSD. 104Y.
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FWENANDO GUERRERO, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) & MANAGING DIRECTOR (firstname.lastname@example.org).
FERNANDO MARTINEZ DE LA VEGA, PRESIDENT.
CARINA NUKE, FINANCE DIRECTOR.
ESTEBAN GARCON, HEAD OPERATIONS.
PATRICIO BANDERAS, OPERATIONS MANAGER.
OSCAR JACOME, OPERATIONS MANAGER (email@example.com).
MS LORENA MAGGIOLO, GENERAL MANAGER PERU.
COLONEL ALFREDO VARELA, CHIEF PILOT.
OSWALDO R RAMOS, CHIEF FLIGHT OPERATIONS ENGINEERING.
PATRICIO ANDRE, MANAGER OF MAINTENANCE
IVAN ALVAREZ, CHIEF ENGINEERING & PLANNING, EX-(SAE) (10/99) (UIOOPEG)
MARIO SILVA, CHIEF QUALITY CONTROL (QC).
FABRICIO BRUZZONE, SALES EXECUTIVE, NEW YORK.
LUCIA QUIROS, COMMERCIAL MANAGER.
RAUL VALENCIA, HUMAN RESOURCES (HR) MANAGER.
GUSTAVO OSWALDO BONILLA, MATERIALS MANAGER.