ATSA

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ATSA
IATA ICAO Callsign
AMP ATSA
Founded1980
Operating basesJorge Chávez International Airport
HeadquartersJorge Chávez International Airport, Peru
Websitewww.atsaperu.com, atsaairlines.com (ATSA Airlines)

Aero Transporte S.A., known for its acronym ATSA, is a Peruvian airline dedicated to passenger, cargo, VIP and medical evacuation (medevac) flights. It is also a fixed-based operator (FBO) and has a maintenance division. It is part of Grupo Romero.

History[edit]

ATSA begins operations in 1980 with corporate charter flights with a Cessna Citation Eagle and two Piper Cheyenne II planes.

In 1987, the company began flights for Royal Dutch Shell to and from Camisea with two Beechcraft B-1900C planes.

In 1988, the operations are expanded to Bolivia with the transport of Elaeis guineensis for Industrias Fino with a Lockheed L-188 Electra.

In 1992, the Cheyenne II aircraft are replaced with five Cheyenne III.

In 1999, the jet Citation Eagle is replaced with an IAI Astra.

In 2017, ATSA begins schedulded flights from and to Lima under the ATSA Airlines brand.

ATSA Airlines[edit]

It is the scheduled passengers flights brand of ATSA.

Destinations[edit]

[Hub] Hub
[T] Terminated destination
City Country Airport
Atalaya Peru Tnte. Gral. Gerardo Pérez Pinedo Airport
Chachapoyas Peru Chachapoyas Airport
Chiclayo Peru FAP Captain José Abelardo Quiñones González International Airport
Huánuco Peru Alférez FAP David Figueroa Fernandini Airport
Iquitos Peru Coronel FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport
Leticia Colombia Vásquez Cobo International Airport
Lima Peru Jorge Chávez International Airport
Tarapoto Peru Cadete FAP Guillermo del Castillo Paredes Airport
Tingo María Peru Tingo María Airport
Trujillo Peru FAP Captain Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport

Fleet[edit]

Aircraft Fleet Passengers Notes
Antonov An-32 4 0 For cargo transport
Beechcraft Super King Air 200 3 10
Beechcraft 1900 2 19 For ATSA Airlines flights
Fokker 50 2 50 For ATSA Airlines 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
Former fleet
Aircraft
Cessna Citation Eagle
Piper Cheyenne II

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