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Boeing 767-200ER - Transbrasil

Transbrasil, formerly known as Sadia, was a Brazilian airline which started flying in 1954 with a Douglas DC-3 Dakota. In 1972 the name of the airline was changed to Transbrasil S/A Linhas Aéreas In 1983 it acquired its first widebody airliner, a Boeing 767-200, for use in international operations.

The airline first offered charter flights with the 767s, but in 1989 the first scheduled services were started to Miamo, Orlando and Washington DC. Later the 767s also flew also to Europe: to Vienna, Amsterdam and London. In December 2001 the airline was grounded and in 2003 declared bankrupt.

Transbrasil flew a total of fifteen Boeing 767s: three -200s, introduced in 1983, and eleven-200ERs, flown from 1991. The photo shows a Boeing 767-200ER at Miami International Airport. Transbrasil aircraft had a colourful rainbow painted on their tails.

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