Bangkok Airways – PG
Thailand’s boutique airline, offering over a hundred flights per day from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok Airways flies travellers from around the world to more than twenty exquisite destinations across Asia.
Samui, Phuket, Trat, Chiang Mai and Maldives are amongst the hottest selections, while Sukhothai, Luang Prabang and Siem Reap (Angkor) are World Heritage sites.
BOA Boliviana de Aviación – OB
Boliviana de Aviación, simply known as BOA, is the flag carrier for Bolivia. Wholly owned by the country’s Government, the airline was established in 2007. It operates a fleet of 20 aircraft including 16 x B737, 2 x B767 and 2 x Bombardier Regional Jets CRJ – 200ER. From their home base in Cochabamba they fly to 9 domestic points within Bolivia and 5 international routes including 4 services a week to Madrid. The airline has recently signed a code share agreement with Iberia to open up through-services to/from Madrid to key UK and European cities.
LC Peru – W4
LC Peru is a Peruvian Airline with more than 22 years’ operating experience in passenger and cargo transportation. This private company has a fleet of 13 aircraft including 6 x Bombardier Dash 6-202 and 2 x Dash Q-400 plus 5 x Boeing 737-500. LC Peru operates to 12 destinations within Peru from Lima. Their growing network is now expanding its distribution beyond the Americas to include UK and Europe.
Wamos Air – EB
Wamos Air is part of the Wamos Group, which was founded in 2003.
It’s business model is a mixture of scheduled service and charter operations supporting seat only and vacation packages, including Pullmantur Cruises passengers for more than 10 years.
Currently the third largest long haul airline in Spain, they utilise Boeing 747 and Airbus A330 aircraft, offering business and economy cabins.
From Madrid they currently serve the popular destinations of Cancun, Punta Cana, Havana and Guatemala, and have a strategy of expanding operations in Latin America.