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Airlines In Bolivia
Lloyd Aero Boliviano also called LAB Airlines, is a Bolivian airline and is Bolivia's largest airline. As of April 2007, services were suspended by the Bolivian government due to financial problems. It is unknown when or if they will continue operations.
Aerosur is an airline based in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. They operate domestic flights and some international flights, as well as charter services. It offers direct flights from Miami to Santa Cruz. Aerosur flies about 4 times a week to and from Miami.
Amaszonas Airlines is a small Bolivian airline that provides service on local or charter flights on small aircrafts. They fly to hard to reach places in the Amazon Basin with small landing strips, as wells as the main cities.
Transportes Aero Militar is the military airline of Bolivia that also takes civilians on small aircrafts to hard to reach places and the main cities. You can find good deals where a one-way ticket will cost around $50.
Líneas Aéreas Canedo is a small Bolivian airline that operates flights from its main base in Cochabamba, Bolivia. They fly to the following Bolivian cities; Potosí, Oruro, La Paz, Uyuni, Trinidad, Santa Ana, Puerto Suárez, and other Bolivian destinations, carrying passengers, cargo, mail and parcel. They use the following aircrafts; Douglas DC-3, C-47 and AeroCommander 680S aircrafts.
Other Airlines That Service Bolivia
American Airlines is an airline based out of the United States. They fly to and from Bolivia daily. The flights leave from Miami and they stop in La Paz to drop off/pick up passengers and then to Santa Cruz to drop off/pick up passengers and back to Miami again.
TAM Airlines is the largest Brazilian airline, based in São Paulo. There are flights from São Paulo to Santa Cruz.
GOL Airlines is an airline based out of São Paulo, Brazil. Gol is the second largest airline in Brazil. They offer many connections between Brazil and Santa Cruz.
Aerolíneas Argentinas is Argentina's largest domestic and international airline based out of Buenos Aires. There is a direct flight from Buenos Aires to Santa Cruz.
LAN Chile Airlines is based in Santiago, Chile. They fly all over South America and offer connections to La Paz and Santa Cruz.
TACA Airlines has hubs in Central and South America. The route structure centers on three hubs: one in Costa Rica, which facilitates connections to South America; one in San Salvador, which facilitates connections to Mexico, the United States, and Europe; and the third in Lima, Peru, which facilitates connecting flights to major cities in South America. TACA has numerous direct routes that go to and from La Paz or Santa Cruz.