Avianca

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An Avianca airplane at São Paulo

Avianca is the national and largest airline of Colombia. It is the second oldest airline in the world. It began flying in 1919.[1] Avianca has grown to become one of the largest airlines in the Americas. It flies to 121 cities with over 140 airplanes.[2] In 2009, TACA Airlines and Avianca were combined to create a single airline.[3]

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  1. xixerone (7 February 2015). "The World's Oldest Airlines".
  2. "Our fleet Avianca". www.avianca.com.
  3. Sobie, Brendan (7 October 2009). "Avianca confirms 'strategic merger' with TACA". Flightglobal.com.

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