Ceased Operations on 06-Jul-2012


PLUNA (Primeras Líneas Uruguayas de Navegación Aérea) was the national airline of Uruguay and has its base at Carrasco International Airport, Montevideo. With a fleet of Bombardier CRJ900s, PLUNA offered scheduled and charter services to destinations in Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Brazil and Argentina. Pluna codeshared with Iberia on the latter's services to Madrid and several Spanish domestic services. In Apr-2010, Canada's Jazz Air Income Fund invested USD15million in a one third non-voting interest in Latin American Regional Aviation Holding Corp, which in turn owned 75% of Pluna Lineas Aireas Uruguayas. The government of Uruguay owned the remaining 25%.

PLUNA suspended services on 06-Jul-2012 after failing to find new investors.  

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