BoA upgrades the Miami route to a Boeing 767-300

Boliviana de Aviacion-BoA (Cochabamba) as we previously reported, launched the Cochabamba-Santa-Cruz-Miami route (fours days a week) via a refueling stop at Panama City, Panama with Boeing 737-300 aircraft on June 6, 2014. The airline upgraded the route to a Boeing 767-300 on November 24, 2014. The 767 does not stop at Panama City.

Copyright Photo: L. Apso. Formerly operated by Alitalia (I-DEIB), VARIG (PR-VAG), TAM (PT-MSU), this Boeing 767-33A ER was delivered to BoA on November 4, 2014 as CP-2880 (msn 27376) on lease from AWAS.

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