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CS-TIG Boeing 737-3K9 c/n 24213 l/n 1794 - Air Atlantis - Groningen Airport Eelde in Holland - 15 June 1992 more at Groningen Airport Eelde

In 1992, Lisbon based Air Atlantis operated the IT-charter program out of Groningen Airport Eelde in the Netherlands, to Faro in Portugal. Air Atlantis was formed in May 1985 as a subsidiary of TAP (Transportes Aéreos Portugueses) and operated Boeing 707; Boeing 727 and Boeing 737 aeroplanes, all leased from TAP. When, caused by insolvency, the operations of Air Atlantis stopped early 1993, the aircraft returned to TAP. Boeing 737 CS-TIG flew first on 9 November 1989 and was one of three subleased from Bavaria Flug. After the defunct of Air Atlantis, the CS-TIG became part of the TAP-fleet. On 16 December 2001, the CS‑TIG was registered PR-BRE with Brasil Rodo Aereo.

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