AeroSucre (KRE, Barranquilla) has expanded its fleet with the addition of its first B737-300(F), which arrived in Bogotá on August 19. The ch-aviation fleets module shows N361NC (msn 23260) was last in service with Aloha Air Cargo (KH, Honolulu) until November 2020 when it was ferried to Miami Opa-Locka for storage.

As it stands, the 36-year-old freighter joins the rest of the Colombian cargo specialist's fleet of Boeing (BOE, Washington National) freighters, which includes three B727-200(F)s, one B737-200C, and one B737-200(F).

"This is yet another step that we are taking as a company as we strive to optimise our operations and thus continue providing a great service to all our clients in general and to the local and Latin American aviation industry," it said.

Founded in 1969, AeroSucre offers flights from Bogotá to various cities across Colombia as well as to Venezuela, Ecuador, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala, Brazil, Aruba, Curacao, and the Dominican Republic.