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Name: AIR CUENCA
7JetSet7 Code: ACU
Status: Currently Not Operational
Region: LATIN AMERICA
City: CUENCA
Country: ECUADOR
Employees 27
Web: aircuenca.com
Email: info@aircuenca.com
Telephone:
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Formed and started operations in 2010. Domestic, regional & international, scheduled & charter, passenger & cargo jet airplane services.

THE REPUBLIC OF ECUADOR WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1809, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 283,561 SQ KM, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS QUITO, ITS POPULATION IS 12 MILLION, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS SPANISH.

May 2010: A group of 10 entrepreneurs from Cuenca (Ecuador's third largest city) have established Air Cuenca (ACU).

Santiago Serrano, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the cousin of Edgar Serrano, President, says (ACU) will initially operate two daily flights from its Cuenca base to the capital Quito, and one daily flight to Guayaquil.

(ACU) plans to add one or two more 737-500s by the end of 2010, which will be used to add frequencies on its first two routes and launch new domestic services, including from Quito to Loja and Santa Rosa.

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ACU-737-548-2011-02

November 2013:

1 +1 ORDER 737-548 (CFM56-3B1) (2427-26287, /93 HC-CJB - - SEE PHOTO - - "ACU-737-548-2011-02"), EX-SMALL PLANET AIRWAYS (LIJ)/(AFA), EX-(EI-CDS), (TIA) LSD 2010-05. 124Y.

Management:
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EDGAR SERRANO, PRESIDENT.

SANTIAGO SERRANO, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO), EX-(ECU).

MARCOS CISNEROS, COMMERCIAL MANAGER.

 
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