Alas Uruguay was a Uruguayan carrier based at Montevideo Airport. The carrier commenced service operations on 21-Jan-2016, with a Montevideo-Asuncion service. Alas Uruguay replaced PLUNA Líneas Aéreas Uruguayas SA, which ceased operations in 2012, as the country's new flagship carrier. The airline was targeting Pluna's most profitable routes including Asuncion, Beunos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Punta del Este, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Alas Uruguay operated with a fleet of leased Boeing 737-300 aircraft. Alas Uruguay was forced to return its sole Boeing 737 in Oct-2016 due to a breach of contractual obligations, effectively suspending all service operations. The carrier intends to resume services once it acquires an aircraft.
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