The first airliner of Chilean Airways, ex-ADA Boeing 737-2Q3 CC-CVI (msn 22367) arrived at Iquique’s Diego Aracena Airport (SCDA) on June 22, 2016 from Cochabamba in Bolivia. Its maiden operations in Chile were on June 27, 2016 after the ferry flight from Iquique to Santiago (SCL) the previous day.
The company currently operates on behalf of One Airlines that has sent its sole aircraft, the Boeing 737-36N CC-AIT (msn 28554) to Cochabamba for maintenance. Therefore Chilean is now flying between Santiago and Calama for the mining industry.
Chilean Airways is not selling any individual tickets, having announced that is operating charter flights only.
Xtra Airways (Boise, Idaho) is now operating two of its Boeing 737-400s (N279AD and N42XA) for newcomer One Airlines of Chile.
One Airlines (Santiago) began charter operations on October 25 linking Santiago with Concepción in southern Chile and also to cities like Antofagasta and Calama in the northern part of the country, where the main mining investments are located.
Copyright Photo: Alvaro Romero/ModoCharlie.com. Boeing 737-4Q8 N279AD (msn 26279) rests between assignments at Santiago. The airliner is fully painted in the colors of the new charter airline. N279AD was formerly operated for DirectAir.