Albatros Airlines


Albatros Airlines is a Venezuelan charter airline with a rich history and significant impact on both domestic and international travel within the Latin American region. Established on December 27, 2007, and commencing operations in 2010, the airline has demonstrated a committed service by connecting various Venezuelan cities and extending its wings to other countries, navigating through several different aircraft and charter flights. With a fleet size of 5 and operating to 7 destinations, Albatros Airlines has been a valuable contributor to the regional aviation sector.


Albatros Airlines has ventured into various domestic and international destinations. Within Venezuela, the airline has been crucial in connecting cities like Porlamar, Carúpano, Maturín, Cumana, Barcelona, and Güiria, along with Los Roques. International destinations have included locations like Aruba, Curaçao, Port of Spain, and Haiti. The airline has even extended its presence to locations like San José in Costa Rica, providing valuable direct flights from Maiquetía, and operated commercial flights to places like Barranquilla.


The airline has operated several different aircraft types over the years to cater to its various flight routes. These include the Cessna 208B Caravan, which was utilized for its inaugural commercial flight. The airline later introduced the Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia to its fleet, used for various commercial flights. A significant addition was the Boeing 737-500, which enabled the airline to enhance its fleet and services, including flights to international destinations. The Airbus A320-200 and McDonnell Douglas MD-82 are also noted in its fleet, offering a versatile range of aircraft for different travel demands.


  • IATA: G0

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