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On-demand helicopter service
This is the world's cheapest on-demand aircraft reservation system. From the city centre you can drive to the international airports, for example at the cost of a privately owned vehicle. Only 15 min before your flight starts you have to reach the landing site. Flight up to 80% cheaper than with conventional chopper flights - at the same cost as with a personal vehicle.
Reach the airfield from the city center in just 15 min - better than 3 hrs to sit in the traffic. Only the most trustworthy and certified taxi operators work with us.
On-demand helicopter service
Departures are from Monday to Friday from 7 am to 8 pm and on Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Itineraries and opening times may vary according to seasons, requests and client preference. As of March 2018, you can travel between Itaim and Alphaville for only R$230 in less than 15-minute.
The Alphaville Commuter Service* depart from Alphaville from Monday to Friday at 8 a.m. and leave the Hotel Bluetree Faria Lima at 6 p.m. Service on the basis of unavailability and without prejudice to changes and/or cancellations at any fortnight. Up to 24 hrs before your arrival we provide you with a cancelation screen. At the end of this period you will be billed the full price even if you cannot finish the trip. The cost of your belongings and your bag will be different from those of airline companies.
Arrival at the slipad 15 min before your planned arrival is due. Before getting on the chopper you have to show your identity card.
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Áviação Executiva TAM (formerly TAM - Táxi Aéreo Marília) is a Brasilian company specializing in chartering, selling and maintaining airplanes.... Established in 1961 by Rolim Amaro, it is still wholly owned by the Amaro dynasty and is therefore not a TAM Airlines affiliate belonging to the TAM group.
The TAM - Táxi Aéreo Marília and the TAM - Transportes Aéreos Regionais were two different legal persons, but they belonged to the same TAM group. Marília TAM provided the necessary expertise for the foundation of Regionais TAM. The origin of TAM can be traced back to TAM - Táxi Aéreo Marília, an aerial taxi firm established on 7 January 1961 by five pilot.
São Paulo, São Paulo. The name of the enterprise comes from the home town of the pilot, Marília. Cessna 180 and a Cessna 170 and transported freight and passenger through the states of Paraná, São Paulo and Mato Grosso. Orlando Ometto, proprietor of farming companies in the area, bought a 50% share in the business in 1964 with the intention of supporting its farming activities in Brazil with its planes and aviators.
Ometto acquired its stake in the business and finally became a full owner. By 1966, the firm was buying twin-engine airplanes, such as the Piper Aztec, Piper Navajo and the Rockwell Grand Commander, and moved its Marília office to São Paulo, the state capitol. By 1971 the business was running out of cash and to reorganize the aerial taxi business, Ometto Rolim Amaro, a former TAM pilots who had quit the business to start his own aerial taxi business, phoned.
The Amaro proposal was to wind up its business and buy part of shares in AAM. Although this did not represent 50% of TAM's share, he suggested to Ometto that he would receive the remainder of the 50% if he were able to make a profit on it within a year. Amaro and Ometto entered into an agreement in April 1972 to transfer to Amaro operative management of the group.
In late 1972 Amaro auctioned the whole TAM - Marília brand and purchased 10 Cessna 402 planes directly from the producer. Amaro kept its promises within one year and received 50% of the TAM - Marília equity. Maia, Ometto and Amaro remained divided into three parts until 1975, when Maia sells its stake in Ometto.
That worsened the athmosphere between Amaro and Ometto. Amaro purchased 50% of Ometto's stock for $2 million in 1976, after 9 month negotiation, with a commitment to continue to buy over a longer term. Amaro went for a while to the point of canceling the policy for his aircraft in order to cut down the cost.
With the money from the Lear policy and the income from the sales of a farming business Amaro completed his acquisition of TAM - Marília.