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Sol Lineas Aereas

Sol Lineas Aereas is an Argentine airline founded in 2005 and operating since August 2006 following an agreement between Transatlantica Group and the government of Santa Fe Province who sought to improve air connections to the cities of Cordoba and Santa Fe.

The original plan was to link the Santa Fe Province with the rest of the country by air, since few airlines fly to Santa Fe province, given its location close to the cities Buenos Aires and Cordoba. Since most Argentine airlines fly larger aircraft such as the Boeing 737, McDonnell Douglas MD-80/MD-90 or Airbus A320, the plan was to fly small aircraft, with regular daily connections between the Santa Fe region and other Argentinian cities.

With headquarters in Rosario and Santa Fe, Sol Lineas Aereas has a fleet of four Saab 340A airplanes, each with 34 leather seats. Registrations are LV-BEW, LV-BEX, LV-BMD and LV-BTP. A 5th aircraft is also planned for delivery which will be the 2nd purchased from Regional Express Airlines in Australia.


Sol Lineas Aereas, official site

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