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VoePass is the newest member of ALTA

Latin American and Caribbean Aviation Association (ALTA) VOEPASS Linhas Aéreas, a Brazilian passenger and cargo air transport company, as a new member.

With 25 years of activity, the company is the oldest operating Brazilian airline and currently operates in 33 cities in all regions of Brazil, including 8 destinations in the Amazon region, and has slots at Congonhas – São Paulo airport.

VOEPASS Linhas Aéreas operates under IOSA certification in the codeshare sector and works with similar companies such as LATAM AIRLINES and GOL Linhas Aéreas, which are also members of ALTA.

“I am very happy about VOEPASS, an airline that has grown steadily in Brazil, connects all corners of the country and uses the advantages of aviation in more places. Connectivity creates development and therefore regional aviation plays a fundamental role in the socio-economic well-being of the population. The arrival of VOEPASS in ALTA reinforces the work the region has developed to expand its reach and fuel the growth of so many sectors of the economy, ”says José Ricardo Botelho, Executive Director and CEO of ALTA.

VOEPASS Linhas Aéreas is responsible for the integral maintenance of its fleet. It has the RBAC 145 certification from the ANAC (National Civil Aviation Agency) and is also certified by the EASA (Regulatory Agency of the European Union).

In Ribeirão Preto, VoePass has a hangar structure in which, in addition to courses and training for all employees, maintenance services, dispatch and operational coordination of flights are carried out.

“Membership in ALTA is a source of great pride for VOEPASS. The association, which plays an important role in the aviation sector, pursues the same goals as us, such as ensuring safe, efficient and responsible aviation in all its aspects, including the environmental aspect. We are sure that this will be a successful partnership and another strong contribution to the development of South American aviation supporting new projects to expand the aviation network, connectivity and strengthen the sector, “comments Eduardo Busch, CEO of VOEPASS Linhas Aéreas.

ALTA celebrates the addition of VOEPASS Linhas Aéreas to its group of more than 100 members, which also brings together organizations and companies that supply the aviation sector.

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