TransBrasil Boeing 767‑200 PT‑TAA

Civil aviation profile prints. 
Available prints options: 
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Size Panorama (914×305 mm / 36"×12"); 
Size Standard (610×305 mm / 24"×12").

Boeing 767-200 TransBrasil

Registration: PT-TAA
Type: 767-2Q4
Engines: 2 × GE CF6-80A
Serial Number: 22921
First flight: May 4, 1983

TransBrasil was a Brazilian airline which ceased operations on 3 December 2001. During most of its history, Transbrasil was owned by local entrepreneur Omar Fontana. Its aircraft usually featured a colorful livery, remarkably with a rainbow on the tail fin. Transbrasil base was Brasilia International Airport in Brasilia. From the 1970s and until its demise in 2002, Transbrasil was usually the third largest Brazilian airline after Varig and VASP, serving both domestic and international routes.