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January 5, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Thirteen people aboard a TransBrasil Airlines jetliner were injured when the Boeing 767 encountered severe turbulence near Puerto Rico, airline and government officials said. The airline said Flight 790 with 124 people aboard encountered turbulence at 39,000 feet over the Caribbean. The passengers were injured when they struck overhead compartments and the backs of seats, the airline said. Those wearing seat belts as instructed were not injured, it said.
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June 13, 1996
TWA, Transbrasil Sign Pact: The agreement between Trans World Airlines Inc. and Transbrasil Airlines is to provide new code-sharing service between the United States and Brazil, allowing passengers to travel on both airlines with one ticket. Code-sharing agreements enable separate airlines to share passengers, which effectively expands the number of destinations and connections available to those airlines' customers.
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BUSINESS
June 13, 1996
TWA, Transbrasil Sign Pact: The agreement between Trans World Airlines Inc. and Transbrasil Airlines is to provide new code-sharing service between the United States and Brazil, allowing passengers to travel on both airlines with one ticket. Code-sharing agreements enable separate airlines to share passengers, which effectively expands the number of destinations and connections available to those airlines' customers.
NEWS
January 5, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Thirteen people aboard a TransBrasil Airlines jetliner were injured when the Boeing 767 encountered severe turbulence near Puerto Rico, airline and government officials said. The airline said Flight 790 with 124 people aboard encountered turbulence at 39,000 feet over the Caribbean. The passengers were injured when they struck overhead compartments and the backs of seats, the airline said. Those wearing seat belts as instructed were not injured, it said.
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February 26, 1989
Two Brazilian-owned Boeing 737 jetliners collided on the runway at Sao Paulo's international airport at Guarulhos, damaging both planes and injuring six people, airport officials said. A Transbrasil airlines jet with 119 people aboard was preparing to take off when it collided with a 737 belonging to the Sao Paulo state airline, VASP, which had just landed, the officials said.
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March 20, 1994 | PATRICIA COHEN, Cohen covers the federal courts for New York Newsday. and
It took two buses and three more hours of bouncing travel after our Saturday morning flight from Rio de Janeiro to the northeastern Brazilian city of Salvador, but we decided to push on to Cachoeira that same day. We wanted to be sure we wouldn't miss that evening's service of Candomble, in the town where it is most devoutly practiced.
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