Avianca Brazil at present (November 2007) has 11 Fokker 100, 5 Fokker 50, 3 Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia and 2 Boeing 767-300ER aircraft in its fleet.
The at present largest Brazilian regional airline, Oceanair / Avianca Brazil, was founded in 1998 in Rio de Janeiro by investors of the Synergy Group was founded primarily in order to transfer employees of the Campos Basin, an oil producing region near Rio, back home. In 2002 a scheduled air service was set up between Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Campos and Macae. For the near future Oceanair plans to strengthen its position on the South American market and provide flights to Mexico, Colombia, Africa and the United States.
Avianca Brazil’s network of routes includes over 30 different destinations in Brazil, from the base in Rio and the other hub in Sao Paulo, there are daily connections to for example Aracatuba, Campo Grande, Fortaleza, Ipatinga, Montes Claros, Porto Velho, Recife, Teresina and Uberaba.