Region: Latin America: Upper South America


The civil aviation sector in Bolivia is comprised of a few main airlines. In 2007 the national flag carrier Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (LAB) collapsed due to financial reasons. Boliviana de Aviación is the national airline of Bolivia. The airline previously held the title alongside fellow carrier, Aerosur but now operates as the nation's sole flag carrier, following the collapse of the latter in Mar-2012. Other airlines include Amaszonas, a regional carrier based at Teniente Jorge Henrich Arauz Airport, and, EcoJet a domestic carrier with operations from Trinidad Airport.

Bolivia operates under the ‘Andean open skies pact’ and is also in Mercosur's Fortaleza accord multilateral agreement.

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