Notice: ITA Transportes Aéreos has ceased operations as of December 2021
ITA Transportes Aéreos is a Brazilian airline, established in 2020, but formally launched services in June 2021. However, later in 2021, the airline suspended operations citing a corporate restructure. This means that currently all ITA services have been suspended. The airline is owned by Brazilian national bus company Itapemirim, which has been operating since 1953 and is the largest bus company in South America. Itapemirim hoped that due to the closure of Aviance Brazil in 2019, ITA Transportes Aéreos will be able to take the market share and demand left by the former airline. As of February 2022, the airline's air operators certificate (AOC) has been suspended by the Aviation Agency of Brazil, Itapemirim announced that they were in discussions with 2 US private equity firms to take on the companies debt and make it a wholly independent airline.
The airline initially began operating with a single Airbus A320, with plans to welcome 9 more to its fleet. ITA operated a range of domestic only services from its hub airport of São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport with a secondary hub at Rio de Janeiro/Galeão International Airport.
ITA Transportes Aéreos has ceased operations. However, click on the images below for flights across Brazil instead.
ITA Transportes Aéreos operated domestic only services to 15 destinations within Brazil. However, since December 2021 all services have been suspended.
|Brazil||Belo Horizonte||Belo Horizonte International Airport|
|Brasília||Brasília International Airport|
|Curitiba||Afonso Pena International Airport|
|Florianópolis||Hercílio Luz International Airport|
|Foz do Iguaçu||Cataratas International Airport|
|Maceió||Zumbi dos Palmares International Airport|
|Natal||Greater Natal International Airport|
|Porto Alegre||Salgado Filho International Airport|
|Porto Seguro||Porto Seguro Airport|
|Recife||Recife/Guararapes–Gilberto Freyre International Airport|
|Rio de Janeiro||Rio de Janeiro/Galeão International Airport|
|Salvador da Bahia||Salvador International Airport|
|São Paulo||São Paulo–Congonhas Airport|
|São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport|
ITA Transportes Aéreos offered their passengers 1 complimentary checked case which should not exceed 23kg in weight.
Passengers are also entitled to bring 2 pieces of cabin baggage, which includes one cabin case with a maximum weight of 10kg as well as 1 small personal item to go under the seat in front of you. However, the airline's baggage policy has been suspended as the airline has ceased operations.
ITA Transportes Aéreos did offer an online check-in facility, however, this has since been suspended.
The airline allowed for passengers to also check-in at the airport, stating that these facilities close 40 minutes prior to departure. However, all check-in facilities have been closed due to the airline's suspension in operations.
ITA Transportes Aéreos offered an all-economy class product onboard its aircraft, laid out in 3x3 with 162 seats aboard. The airline offered all passengers complimentary checked and carry on baggage as well as free drinks and snacks throughout the flight.
ITA Transportes Aéreos initially began operating with 1 Airbus A320, with plans to increase to 50 by 2022. However, the airline has ceased operations as of December 2021.
The airline established its hub airport at São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport, with a secondary hub at Rio de Janeiro/Galeãoe primary international airport serving São Paulo. Guarulhos Internationa is one of the busiest airports in Brazil and in Latin America with connections to North America, South America, Europe and more. Gol Transportes Aéreos, Azul Conecta, MAP Linhas Aéreas, LATAM Brasil and ITA Transportes Aéreos all call the airport a hub location.