VASP Airlines

VASP Airlines
VASP Airlines Information VASP Airlines Destinations
VASP Airlines History VASP Airlines Fleets

VASP Airlines Information

VASP Airlines IATA
VP
VASP Airlines ICAO
VSP
VASP Airlines Callsign
VASP
Founded 1933
Ceased operations 2005
Hubs Congonhas Airport
Guarulhos International Airport
Focus cities none
Frequent flyer program none
Member lounge none
Alliance none
Fleet size 0
Destinations none
Parent company Viacao Aerea Sao Paulo
Headquarters Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Key people Wagner Canhedo
Website Vasp.com.br

VASP Airlines History

VASP airlines abbreviation is Viaçao Aerea Sao Paulo. VASP airline based in Sao Paulo, Brazil and it bases are at Congonhas Airport (CGH) and Guarulhos International Airport (GRU), Sao Paulo.

VASP airlines were established in the year of 1933 by the state government of Sao Paulo. It started the service from 1933 only. But it was ceased in 2005. Its main hubs are Congonhas airport and Guarulhos international airport. The parent company of VASP airline was Viaçao Aerea Sao Paulo. Headquarter is Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil. The key person was Wagner Canhedo.

VASP Airlines Destinations

  • Aracaju
  • Belem
  • Brasilia
  • Fortaleza
  • Foz do Iguacu
  • Maceio
  • Manaus
  • Natal
  • Recife
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Salvador
  • Sao Luis
  • Sao Paulo
  • Teresina
  • Porto Alegre.

VASP Airlines Fleets

VASP Airlines Aircraft Total Orders
VASP Airlines Fleet Name - BAC One-Eleven 400 2 0
VASP Airlines Fleet Name - Boeing 737–200 5 0
VASP Airlines Fleet Name - Douglas DC-3 10 0
VASP Airlines Fleet Name - Douglas DC-6C 4 0
VASP Airlines Fleet Name - Vickers Viscount 700 2 0
VASP Airlines Fleet Name - Vickers Viscount 800 4 0
VASP Airlines Fleet Name - NAMC YS-11 7 0
Total 34 0