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.
Boliviana de Aviacion-BoA (Cochabamba) is planning to launch 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 per Airline Route.
Copyright Photo: Rodrigo Cozzato/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-3Q8 CP-2554 (msn 26303) slips into the blue sky at Sao Paulo (Guarulhos).
Boliviana de Aviacion-BoA (Cochabamba) wants to expand into Havana and Caracas reflecting its political position and allies according to a report by Prensa Latina. The flag carrier, which replaced LAB, would also like to ultimately add Panama City and the United States as it expands its fleet. BoA, besides operating domestic operations, currently flies to Buenos Aires and São Paulo.
Boliviana de Aviación also plans to open new routes to Lima (Perú) and Santiago (Chile).
Copyright Photo: Teun Sans. D-ADIJ is seen at Eindhoven shortly after painting before going to Munich for the final preparations.
Boliviana de Aviacion-BoA (Cochabamba) is getting ready to acquire ex-Airberlin Boeing 737-3M8 D-ADIJ (msn 25041). The airliner is currently at Munich being prepared. The new state airline of Bolivia added its first Boeing 737-300 (CP-2550) on December 6, 2008.