SATA is pleased to announce the publication of it’s new book "Do Mito Nasceram Asas... Uma História da Aviação Civil".
SATA Airlines was awarded an honorable mention "Risk Management Innovation 2013" award sponsored by Açoreana Insurance and the Diário Económico newspaper.
SATA Airlines has been recognized for the second consecutive year in the ranking of the exporting companies by Santander Totta Bank, making it into Portugal’s "Top Exporters for 2013.”
SATA Airlines has upgraded its Web Check-In so that the service is now available to passengers living in the Azores. They can easily check-in and print out a boarding pass at home, and save time at the airport.
SATA Gestão de Aeródromos (Aerodrome Management) receives ISO 9001:2008 Certification from APCER, an acknowledgement of all the work carried out within the scope of the Quality Management System.
Starting with the IATA Winter Season, which begins at the end of October, SATA will increase its flights between the Azores and the United States and Canada, at which time there will be one more weekly rotation to Boston and Toronto. The number of flights will be gradually increased until the months of July and August, when SATA will fly every day from Ponta Delgada to Boston, and six days a week from Ponta Delgada to Toronto.
This Tuesday, SATA Gestão de Aeródromos, the department responsible for the management of aerodromes, will launch the call for tenders for the work of Remodelling and Renovating the Terminal of the Corvo Island Aerodrome.
SATA Gestão de Aeródromos, the department that manages aerodromes, recently completed the project for Reconstruction Work on the Strip at the Threshold of Runway 09 of the Pico Island Airport. The project has been sent to the National Institute of Civil Aviation for the issuance of an opinion.
SATA passengers now have at their disposal one more innovative advantage: "Web Check-in" service offered by the company.
As of tomorrow (16th of July), SATA will reduce the fuel surcharge which is applied on the airline connections between the Autonomous Region of the Azores and Mainland Portugal and between the Azores and Madeira, which will shift from 33 to 28 Euros per journey.