Boliviana de Aviacion
LA PAZ, Bolivia–Effective May 23rd, the Bolivian flag carrier Boliviana de Aviacion (BoA) will start non-stop flights from La Paz to Miami. The news were announced by the airline general manager Ronald Casso at a news conference in the Bolivian capital. The airline will operate wide-bodied Boeing 767-300, like the ones its already using to Madrid. Boliviana de Aviacion operates Boeing 737-300s to Buenos Airres and Sao Paulo. Casso declared the airline’s next airport in the U.S. after Miami International will be Washington-Dulles. The biggest ethnic concentration of Bolivians is precisely in the U.S. capital. In 1925 Guillermo Kyllmann founded in Cochabamba LAB Airlines (Lloyd Aereo Boliviano). The airline served as Bolivia’s flag carrier until it ceased operations in 2008. In April 1992 another Bolivian airline was founded under the name of AeroSur; and it suspended its operations on May 2012. Boliviana de Aviacion (BoA) is expected to also extend its operations to other ALBA counties like Venezuela and Cuba.
MADRID, Spain. — Bolivian flag carrier Boliviana de Aviacion (BoA) is the latest Latin American airline that operates flights to Madrid-Barajas International Airport. Boliviana operates an Airbus A-330-223 (CS-TQW) that once was flown by Vietnam Airlines. The airline operates three times a week flights between Santa Cruz Viru Viru International Airport and Madrid. Boliviana de Aviacion joins now the other Latin American carriers Avianca, Aeromexico, Aerolineas Argentinas, Conviasa, Cubana and LAN with flights to Spain.