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Air Aruba

Thu Apr 08, 1999 10:08 am

I'm going to Aruba in two weeks and am wondering about Air Aruba, do they still fly their YS-11 they started with? Or are they just flying MD-80's.
 
dash8
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RE: Air Aruba

Thu Apr 08, 1999 11:09 am

They now have one DC-9, two MD-88's and two MD-90's owned by Aserca of Venezuela, who's now the owner of Air Aruba.

Sincerely,
Dash8

p.s. While in Aruba, why not stop over in Curacao, 60 miles to the east. Maybe I'll see you around.


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