Founded in 1996, Rico Linhas Aéreas was a Brazilian regional airline headquartered at Eduardo Gomes International Airport in Manaus, Brazil. The airline offered scheduled passenger and cargo services in the Amazon region.
The airline was grounded on 1 June 2010. In June 2011 the airline lost its operational license, and ceased operating scheduled flights.
Today, the airline runs a private charter service, flying privately to destinations across the Amazon or Brazil.
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In March 2010, before suspending its scheduled flights, Rico Linhas Aéreas operated services to the following destinations:
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Today, the airline is available for charter flights throughout the Amazon or Brazil.
Today, the airline operates and maintains the following aircraft from its private base: