Flying-Tiger
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South-America

Sat May 19, 2001 2:59 am

Hey all!

I will soon perform a trip to South-America and I´m interested which smaller carriers are operating in Colombia, Pera, Equador, Venezuela and Brazil. Especailly data about their fleets and future fleets (rumours?) are appreciated, a small bite about their history isn´t bad at all. Any help would be great!

Kind regards
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LH526
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RE: South-America

Sat May 19, 2001 3:08 am

Hi.

If you tell me your email-address I will mail you a list with all the information you need!

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Mario
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lima
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RE: South-America

Sat May 19, 2001 3:36 am

Hello,

A couple of spelling mistakes: the correct are Peru and Ecuador.

Precisely in Peru you have Aviandina (727-100), TANS (737, F28), LAN Peru (737) and Aerocontinente (737, 727-100, F28). In Ecuador Tame is the main domestic carrier, flying 727-100 and 727-200.

Lima
 
MAH4546
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RE: South-America

Sat May 19, 2001 3:52 am

From Miami International Airport, here are the flights...

Barranquilla, Columbia...
American; 7x week 727-200
Avianca; 7x week M80

Bogota, Columbia...
Aces; 7x a week A320
American; 14x week 757-200, 7x a week A300
Avianca; 13x week 757-200
LanChilie; 3x week 767-300

Cali, Columbia...
America; 7x week 757-200

Caracas, Venezuela...
Aeropostal; 11x week 727-200
American; 14x week 727-200, 21x week 757-200
Avensa; 7x week 737
LanChile; 2x week 767-300
Servivensa; 14x week 727-200
United; 7x week A320

Cartagena, Columbia...
Avianca; 7x week M80

Guayquil, Ecuador...
American; 7x a week 757-200
LanChile; 7x a week 767-300

Lima, Peru...
AeroContinente Peru; 6x a week 767-200
American; 14x a week A300
LanPeru; 7x a week 767-300 operated by LanChile
Taca; 7x week A320

Manaus, Brazil...
LAB; 2x week A310
Varig; 1x week 767-300

Marcaibo, Venezuela...
Aeropostal; 7x a week 727-200
America; 5x a week 737-800
Servivensa; 7x a week 737

Medellin, Columbia...
Aces; 7x a week A320

Quito, Ecuador...
American; 13x a week 757-200
LanChile; 6x a week 767-300

Recife, Brazil...
Varig; 1x a week 767-300

Rio de Janiero, Brazil...
American; 11x a week 767-300
TAM; 14x a week 767-300
Varig; 6x a week 767-300

Sao Paulo, Brazil (88 flights a week!)...
American; 14x a week 767-300 (going to 777-200 in July)
TAM; 14x a week A330, 7x a week 767-300
TransBrasil; 7x a week 767-200
Varig; 7x a week MD-11
United; 7x a week 777-200

Valencia, Venezuela...
Aeropostal; 3x a week 727-200

Also of note, Varig offers one-stop, sam-plane service TO Belem and non-stop service FROM Belem, Brazil. Varig also offers one-stop, same place service to and from Fortazela, Brazil via Manaus while American offers same-plane, one-stop service to and from Belo Horizonte (via I think Sao Paulo).





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airafriquedkr
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RE: South-America

Sat May 19, 2001 4:35 am

As far as Colombia is concerned some of the airlines that operate are Avianca, Aces, Aires, Saetena, and AeroRepublica, and SAM (which is owned by Avianca)

On domestic routes Avianca operates MD-80s and Fokker 50s. Aces operates mostly 727s and ATR42s. Aires operates Dash 8s. Aero Republica operates DC-9s.
 
airafriquedkr
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RE: South-America

Sat May 19, 2001 4:39 am

Please spell Colombia right!

Columbia is in South Carolina and Missouri. There is no Columbia in South America.

Thank you.