RCS763AV
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Best South American Memory

Thu Jun 22, 2006 2:31 am

I thought of making a tribute to all the fallen carriers in this continent, so this competition occured to me.
You can vote for the 3 best memories you have with some of this companies, if it was a good airline, a stable company, you worked there, etc.

So here they are:

Colombia


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Photo © Juan Pablo Gómez


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Photo © Bob Garrard



Venezuela


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Photo © Gerard Helmer


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Photo © Bob Garrard



Ecuador


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Photo © Barbro


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Photo © Gary Chambers



Peru


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Photo © Snorre - VIP Vienna International Planespotters



Chile


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Photo © Carlos A. Morillo Doria


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Photo © Lars Blomberg

 
RCS763AV
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RE: Best South American Memory

Thu Jun 22, 2006 2:34 am

Argentina


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Photo © Javier Guerrero - AirTeamImages



Brasil:


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Photo © Bernardo Andrade


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Photo © Maiko Lews

And soon to be  Sad
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Photo © Marcelo Castilhos de Oliveira



Paraguay:


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Photo © Felix Goetting



Uruguay and Bolivia have no carriers that went K.O.....if you remember any you´re welcome to post it.

1. Aces: I had some of my best flights on that airline, and my first flight as a baby was on Aces to MZL (Manizales), on a twin otter.
2. Transbrasil: Always like that colourful livery.
3. Avensa: Took them on my visit to Venezuela, 10 1/2 years ago! I remember the roar of the 727s....
 
Kempa
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RE: Best South American Memory

Fri Jun 23, 2006 1:40 am


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Photo © Normando Carvalho Jr.



Cruzeiro, how to forget this great airline?
 
UairFokker
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RE: Best South American Memory

Wed Jul 05, 2006 9:45 pm

Quoting RCS763AV (Reply 1):
Uruguay and Bolivia have no carriers that went K.O.....if you remember any you´re welcome to post it.

Uair went bankrupt  Sad

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