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|Operating bases||Viru Viru International Airport|
|Parent company||Bolivian Air Force|
|Key people||Luis Trigo Antelo (CEO)|
TAB was set up in 1977 as a sub-division of the Air Transport Management of the Bolivian Air Force (Fuerza Aérea Boliviana, abbreviated FAB) in 1977, originally operating on-demand medium to long-haul heavy cargo flights using a fleet of Lockheed C-130 Hercules military transport aircraft, which were based at El Alto International Airport in La Paz. In 1992, TAB was shut down.
In 1999, the airline was reactivated as a civil company based at Cochabamba, with Luis Trigo Antelo becoming its CEO, then operating a single military C-130 and a L-382, the civil variant of the preceding. In 1999, TAB moved 84,649 kilograms of cargo, which was increased to over 2 million kilograms in 2000, to 4,176,429 kilograms in 2006.
As of May 2011, TAB operates scheduled flights to the following destinations: 
- Cochabamba - Jorge Wilstermann International Airport
- La Paz - El Alto International Airport
- Santa Cruz de la Sierra - Viru Viru International Airport Base
Additionally, TAB serves on a wide range of charter routes.
As of May 2011, TAB operatesthe following aircraft with an average age of 38 years: 
|Lockheed C-130 Hercules||1||0||
||Leased for some flights |
|McDonnell Douglas DC-10||2||0||
- TAB entry at airlineupdate.com
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- TAB 1979 crash at the Aviation Safety Network