Brazil See all the countries (that hold hands with SFO Museum)

Airports that are in Brazil () These are not all the airports in this country but they are airports that hold hands with SFO Museum

Sao Paulo-Congonhas International Airport
This airport in Brazil is also referred to as CGH or sometimes SBSP
airmail flight cover test: Pan American World Airways
Image by SFO Museum.
Santos Dumont Airport
This airport in Brazil is also referred to as SDU or sometimes SBRJ
Sao Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport
This airport in Brazil is also referred to as GRU or sometimes SBGR
Aeroporto Internacional Eduardo Gomes
This airport in Brazil is also referred to as SBEG
Aeroporto Cacoal
This airport in Brazil is also referred to as OAL
Rio de Janeiro-Galeao International Airport
This airport in Brazil is also referred to as GIG or sometimes SBGL

Airlines that are from Brazil () These are not all the airlines from this country but they are airlines that hold hands with SFO Museum

GOL Airline (2000 to ..)
This airline is from Brazil. It is related to GOL Airline (the company) .
ABSA Cargo Airline (1995 to ..)
This airline is from Brazil. It is related to ABSA Cargo Airline (the company) .
TAM Airlines (1961 to ..)
This airline is from Brazil. It is related to TAM Airlines (the company) .
TAM Linhas Aéreas (1961 to ..)
This airline is from Brazil. It is related to TAM Airlines (the company) .
Rio Sul VARIG (1927 to ..)
This airline is from Brazil. It is related to VARIG (the company) .
Cruzeiro Airlines (1927 to ..)
This airline is from Brazil. It is related to Cruzeiro Airlines (the company) .
TransBrasil (1955 to 2001)
This airline was from Brazil. It is related to TransBrasil (the company) .
Lóide Aéreo Nacional (1947 to 1962)
This airline was from Brazil. It is related to Loide Aereo Nacional (the company) .
Aeronorte (1940 to 1961)
This airline was from Brazil. It is related to Aeronorte (the company) .
VASP (1933 to 2005)
This airline was from Brazil. It is related to VASP (the company) .
airmail flight cover: Panair do Brasil, first airmail flight, Rio Branco - Manaos route, Steven Bancroft
Image by SFO Museum.
Panair do Brasil (1929 to 1965)
This airline was from Brazil. It is related to Panair do Brasil (the company) .

Companies that are from Brazil These are not all the companies from this country but they are companies that hold hands with SFO Museum

This map does not depict exactly where these places are located but rather an approximation. Think of it as being more "around here" than say another place in the world.
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