The airline was established as Air Zarco by Tomaz Metello and the largest Portuguese leisure corporation, Pestana Hotels and Resorts, on August 25, 1993. The charter airline adopted the name of Air Madeira in 1997 until May 17, 2000 when the current name of euroAtlantic Airways – Transportes Aéreos S.A. was adopted.
Copyright Photo: Pedro Baptista/Flyingphotos. Former Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-212 ER CS-TFM (msn 28513) departs from the Lisbon base with a large 20 Years 1993-2013 emblem.
EuroAtlantic Airways (Lisbon) has repainted its former Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-212 ER CS-TFM (msn 28513) into its house colors. The wide body jetliner was previously operated for Bangladesh Airlines.
Copyright Photo: Paul Doyle. CS-TFM is pictured arriving at Dublin Airport on May 17, 2011 with supporters for the UEFA Europa Cup Final (Soccer) being held in Dublin’s Aviva Stadium on May 18. The aircraft was originally delivered to
Singapore Airlines in 1998 as 9V-SRA.
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Bangladesh Airlines (formerly Biman Bangladesh Airlines) (Dhaka) will introduce the euroAtlantic Airways-operated Boeing 777-200 in the new livery on February 6 between Dhaka and London (Heathrow). The new type will also be introduced to Singapore two days later.
Copyright Photo: João Pessoa/Flyingphotos. Ex-Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-212 ER now registered CS-TFM (msn 28513) poses for the camera in the new brand at a rainy Lisbon. The new type will be operated for Bangladesh Airlines by euroAtlantic Airways.
Bangladesh Airlines (Dhaka) has introduced a new color scheme which eliminates the traditional Biman name. This Boeing 777-212 ER is the first Triple Seven for the company. A Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A310-300 has also been painted in the new livery.
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Copyright Photo: João Pessoa/Flyingphotos. CS-TFT is pictured on the ramp at LIS with the dual titles.
EuroAtlantic Airways (Lisbon) on October 15, 2009 added ex-STP Airways Boeing 767-3Y0 ER and re-registered the aircraft as CS-TFT (msn 26208, ex S9-DBY). The airliner was recently operated for Med-View Airline (Kano) for the 2009 Hajj pilgrimage season.