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Topic: Caracas-Buenos Aires - Who Got The Rights?
Username: Federico
Posted 1999-10-04 23:50:00 and read 1177 times.

After Viasa went bye-bye  ...the routes were slipt between Aeropstal and others etc.
Which airline is flying this route? with what aircraft?

Topic: RE: Caracas-Buenos Aires - Who Got The Rights?
Username: Md80forum
Posted 1999-10-05 10:51:18 and read 1133 times.

According to my info ASERCA of Venezuela is planning operations to Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires using MD90, probably ex-Reno Air aircraft. The MD90's range (4,000 km) will require routing through Manaus or some other intermediate stop.

Jan-Erik Andelin
MD80 INTERNATIONAL FORUM
http://surf.to/md80

Topic: RE: Caracas-Buenos Aires - Who Got The Rights?
Username: Lima
Posted 1999-10-05 16:13:15 and read 1127 times.

The airline designated is Aserca, but I read the aircraft would be Boeing 737-800. I don´t know if they can fly nonstop with this equipment. Also, they haven´t started this service yet.

Aerolineas Argentinas flies daily EZE-CCS with A310, in a triangular routing that also stops in Bogota.


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