Prompted by the liquidation of Aces (DAILY, Aug. 22), Colombian domestic carrier Aerotaca will operate again after Sept. 15, following a three-month pause. Working closely with Avior, Venezuela's third most important airline, Aerotaca plans to use Avior's low-cost model, which includes electronic ticketing, joint maintenance and aircraft requiring only one flight attendant. Founded 39 years ago by the Urdaneta family, Aerotaca uses Beech 1900s, and its routes include three daily ...
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