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La Paz El Alto (LPB)
Bolivia B
South America B


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Boliviana de Aviación firms up order for four MA-60s

BoA - Boliviana de Aviación (OB, La Paz El Alto) has reportedly firmed an agreement with Xian Aircraft Company (Xi'an Yanliang) for four MA-60s due for delivery in the second half of this year. The turboprops will be placed with the carrier's nascent domestic subsidiary, BoA Regional (La Paz El Alto), which plans to serve Riberalta, Guayaramerin, Rurrenabaque, Villamontes, Uyuni, Potosí, Oruro, and Puerto Suárez.

Fellow Bolivian carrier, Transporte Aéreo Militar - TAM (La Paz El Alto), ...

Six JoyAir, Okay Airways MA60s return to service after inspection

Xian Aircraft Company (Xi'an Yanliang) has given the go-ahead to JoyAir (JR, Xi'an Xianyang) and Okay Airways (BK, Tianjin) to return six of their MA-60s into revenue service. The six were part of a larger group of fifteen MA-60s that were grounded by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) following a series of incidents involving the types landing gear assembly and signal system.

Chinese aviation portal, WCARN, reports the aircraft were returned to service on Monday, March ...

CAAC issues directive grounding fifteen MA60s worldwide

Xian Aircraft Company (Xi'an Yanliang) has successfully applied to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to ground some active MA-60s following a series of incidents involving the type's landing gear assembly and indication system. The CAAC on Friday, February 28, issued a directive grounding fifteen MA60s worldwide including those owned by Okay Airways (BK, Tianjin) and JoyAir (JR, Xi'an Xianyang) as well as those owned by Lao Airlines (QV, Vientiane), ...

Bolivia's Transporte Aéreo Militar takes hefty tax bill to court

Transporte Aéreo Militar - TAM (La Paz El Alto) has lodged an appeal with the Bolivian high court over a BOB55million (USD7.96million) tax bill from the local internal revenue agency (Servicio de Impuestos Nacionales - SIN). La Razon newspaper says the airline, backed by the Bolivian military, disputed SIN president Erik Ariñez Bazan's assertion that the tax assessment was valid given that an extensive audit of the airline had been carried out in 2008. The military's high command has said the ...

Bolivia's Transporte Aéreo Militar - TAM set for first 737-300

Transporte Aéreo Militar - TAM (La Paz El Alto) is set to take delivery of its first B737-300, ex-N378UA (msn 24653), formerly with United Airlines (UA, Chicago O'Hare). According to sources, the aircraft, currently parked at Goodyear, has now been re-registered as FAB-115 with a Bolivian flag emblazoned on its side. However, it is still in basic in basic United colours. At present, the Fuerza Aérea Boliviana (Cochabamba) owned carrier operates a single B727-200, four B737-200s, two BAe 146-200s ...


Fleet show complete list

Aircraft TypeActiveInactiveTotalOn Order* BØ Age PCapacity P  
B727-2001 1hiddenhiddenhidden
B737-2006 6hiddenhiddenhidden
B737-3001 1hiddenhiddenhidden
BAe 146-2002 2hiddenhiddenhidden
MA-60/-600 22hiddenhiddenhidden
* Includes new or used aircraft not yet delivered for which a construction/manufacturer serial number is already known.


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