TÁNGOKÏO

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TÁNGOKÏO
WAAT
TG
ANACA
TGK
Callsign
TANGO
Founded1972
Commenced operationsTBC
HubsVai International Airport,
Secondary hubsNorthern Guai International Airport
Fleet sizeTBC
DestinationsTBC
Company sloganIlben ókïo
(en:Toward the holidays)
Traded asTÁNGOKÏO
Key peopleKleia Ármel, CEO
Websitewww.tangokio.gu

Tángokïo Charter SA, styled and traded as TÁNGOKÏO, is a Guaiian airline , registered in Jom, Guai It operates both scheduled and charter flights to destinations in Antarephia and Tarephia. Its main base is at Vai International Airport but TÁNGOKÏO has a substantial second hub at Northern Guai International Airport.

History

Autumn-Winter Brochure - 1975

TÁNGOKÏO was founded in 1972 when mass tourism started to boom in Guai. Its name comes from Guaiian tango (/'taŋgɔ/), meaning air, and ókïo (/'ɔkijɔ/) maining holidays (as vacation not religious feast). In the 1970s and 1980s, TÁNGOKÏO offered exclusively chartered flights, often packaged with all-inclusive hotels in either Winter & Summer catalogues.

Destinations

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Departs from Country Destination Airport Austral seasons Distance
(km)
Duration
KOG 2band brasonia.jpg Brasonia Barra da Grama Aeroporto Internacional de Mirassol Winter 3675 04:06
Drapeaubro.png Broceliande Tassia Aéroport International de Tassia Winter 2308 02:34
Troie Aéroport International Prince Guillaume Summer/Winter 2404 02:41
West kadmar flag.jpg West Kadmar Magenta Magenta Regional Airport Summer 1240 01:23
VAI Drapeaubro.png Broceliande Tassia Aéroport International de Tassia Winter 2477 02:46
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States Jundah Jundah-Stuart Intercontinental Airport Summer/Winter 9911 11:04
Latflag.png Latina Mar y Flora Regional Airport Mar y Flora Winter 3586 04:00
Pugall Regional Airport Pugall Winter 4273 04:46
OnnutuFlag.png Onnutu Leluwa Leluwa International Airport Summer 8614 09:37
West kadmar flag.jpg West Kadmar Magenta Magenta Regional Airport Summer 1114 01:14

Fleet

Current fleet

The TÁNGOKÏO fleet includes the following aircraft, as of January 2018:

Aircraft In service Range
(km)
Passengers Notes
Premium Economy Total
W34-C 10 6100 - 158
W39-B 4 14200 310
Total 14

Livery

The TÁNGOKÏO logo represents Mona (Guaiian: Mw̄na /'mo:na/), the mother raven from West Antarephian Foklore. The raven has always been part of the TÁNGOKÏO logo but its depiction has undergone modifications over the years.