Atsa Airlines - Atsa Airlines
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|Main airport||Jorge Chávez International Airport|
|Headquarters||Jorge Chávez International Airport , Peru|
|Fleet||4 (Aero Transport)|
|Web page||www.atsaperu.com, www.atsaairlines.com|
Atsa Airlines is a Peruvian airline that corresponds to a business line of ATSA (Aero Transporte SA), a company with more than 39 years in the market, under the support of the Romero Group . It has more than 15 weekly flights to its 4 destinations. Its operations center is the Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima , Peru .
Atsa, under the support of the Romero Group, began operations in 1980 dedicating itself to the corporate charter flight service . The initial flight team consisted of a Jet Citation Eagle and two PA-31T Piper Cheyenne IIs.
In 1987, flight operations began with the Shell oil company, in the Camisea area. For this service, two Beechcraft B-1900C aircraft were acquired, which together with the Pipers carried out Charter passenger transport flights.
In 1988, operations expanded to Bolivia with the transport of oil palm to Industrias Fino de Santa Cruz. This service was carried out with an Electra L-188 aircraft, which later also carried out cabotage operations in Angola (Africa), until 1991.
In 1992 the Cheyenne II were progressively replaced by the Piper PA-41 Cheyenne III, until reaching a number of five units.
In 1999 the Citation was replaced by the IAI 1125 Astra, improving the executive transportation service.
In 2003, our second cargo plane, an Antonov An-26, was acquired, used mainly by oil companies. In that same year one of the B-1900C was replaced by the more modern B-1900D.
In 2010, the first of two Fokker F-50s was acquired for passenger transport operations with Repsol, and a second was joined in 2013.
In 2011, the company's first Antonov An-32 arrives, strengthening the cargo transportation service. The following year the cargo capacity was strengthened with the acquisition of more aircraft of the same type, up to four units. These aircraft carried out operations mainly for the oil industry at the Las Malvinas, Nuevo Mundo, Trompeteros, Andoas and Pucallpa aerodromes.
In 2011 the last B-1900C was replaced by another B-1900D. Likewise, two Beechcraft B-200 aircraft and a Gulfstream G-200 Jet are acquired for VIP transport.
In 2013, the MEDEVAC business unit was created with a B-200 and a PA-41 certified as air ambulances, a service that would later be expanded to an international scope with the certification of the Astra jet as an ambulance.
In 2014, an additional B-200 was acquired and it was certified to perform aerial work in the Radio Aid Calibration modality, starting a new line of business both in Peru and other South American countries.
In July 2017, thanks to the larger capacity fleet, commercial flights began to the city of Chachapoyas [ 1 ] , creating the ATSA Airlines business unit that to date serves the destinations of Tingo María [ 2 ] , Huánuco [ 3 ] , Punta Sal and Chachapoyas .
|Regular destination finished|
|Antonov An-32||4||0||For cargo transportation|
|Beechcraft Super King Air 200||3||10||For VIP and Ambulance flights|
|Beechcraft 1900||2||19||For charter flights and Aero Transportation|
|Fokker 50||2||50||For Aero Transporte flights|
|Dash 8-400||2||76||For Aero Transporte flights|
|Gulfstream G200||1||11||For VIP flights|
|IAI 1125 Astra||1||7||For VIP flights|
|Piper PA-42 Cheyenne III||5||8||For VIP flights|