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Group A | TANC (Transportes Aéreos Nacionales de Cuba) | Havana (HAV) (MUHA)
TANC is the flag carrier of Cuba with its headquarters in Havana, Cuba. Formed in 1967 under the direction of Fidel Castro's government, the airline began operations that same year with a fleet comprised of Ilyushin airliners. Today, TANC bolsters a decently-sized route network, with multiple holiday charter flights operated in conjunction with travel companies.
Fleet (as of Dec 4 2022)
x1 Airbus A330-200 (wet-leased for charter operations)
x3 ATR 42-500
x4 Ilyushin Il-96-300
x3 Tupolev Tu-204-100
x4 Sukhoi SSJ-100-95
x2 Ilyushin Il-96-400
x5 Irkut MC-21-300 (status unknown)
Ticket and safety card mockups both sourced on Freepik.
Man won't fly for a million years – to build a flying machine would require the combined and continuous efforts of mathematicians and mechanics for 1-10 million years.
Group B | TBC | Montevideo (MVD) (SUMU)
(half of Brazil should be included as previous spanish colony )
Group B | Tango Airways | Mexico City (MEX)(MMMX)
Group A | Vias Aereas Peruanas | Lima - Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM | SPJC)
Vías Aéreas Peruanas (IATA: VP | ICAO: VPR | CALLSIGN: INCA), commonly shortened to simply Peruana, is the flag carrier and largest airline of the South American nation of Peru. Since its founding in 1971, the airline has grown to become a respected member of the South American airline scene, operating a fleet of 27 aircraft and flying to 43 destinations across the Americas from its hub at Lima.
In 2019, Peruana selected the Airbus A330neo as its new flagship as a part of a small-scale fleet modernisation program, ordering 2 of the shorter A330-800 to operate its highest-capacity services to the United States. By February 2022, both aircraft were delivered, allowing the retirement of the Boeing 767 from the fleet. The airline has looked into using the aircraft to start flights up to Europe using the new airliner, with destinations such as London and Madrid on the cards. However, no formal announcement as to whether these routes are economically viable has been made as of December 2022.
So I've thought about making a Peruvian brand for a while, and decided that this competition would be a good time to get started. The name and colour scheme were easy to come up with, but the logo was a bit more of a challenge. I didn't want the logo to just be an abstracted outline of a condor, and I also didn't want to do a traditional Incan symbol to use for the logo. This is when I was introduced to the weaving symbols made by the Quechua people. Among the symbols I found was this very interesting, more geometric style of Condor symbol, and I wanted to emulate this in my logo. What I ended up with is a logo that, I believe, captures the essence of the traditional Quechua weaved symbol, but gives it a much more dynamic style, giving more of an illusion of a bird in flight. An example of the kind of symbols I was inspired by can be found here: https://www.mosqoy.org/textile-symbols
Grupo B - AERO CANAIMA - Maiquetía | SVMI
IATA: ACN | OACI: CA | LLAMADO: AEROCAN
Grupo C - PANACAR (Panameña de Carga) - Panamá | MPTO
ATA: PDA | OACI: PC | LLAMADO: PANACAR
group b / unknown / barcelona el prat
Reserved - Group C | VolaSol | Palma De Majorca/PMI
Group A | AereoCaribeño | San Juan (SJU)
AereoCaribeño is the unofficial flag carrier of Puerto Rico and is a full service carrier connecting various cities and islands in the Caribbean with major cities in the United States. Headquartered in San Juan, it has its main hub there along with Miami. Even though it is a full service carrier, the airline is a popular choice for American tourists flying to the Caribbean.
The airline was founded in 1980 with a pair of DC-9-30s in order to better connect San Juan to continental United States. The airline would also acquire some regional turboprops to provide better inter-island connectivity too. The airline currently operates a fleet DHC-6 and DHC-8 for short inter-island hops around the Caribbean and A220s and A320s for connections to larger cities in the Caribbean and the United States.
Group B | Vamos | Palma de Mallorca (PMI)
Group A | TBD | Guadalajara (GDL)
AeroCanarias IATA: ACN | ICAO: VTCN | Callsign: AERO KANARJAS
AeroCanarias (braned, as aerocanarias) is a Canary based, charter and cargo airline. The airline was founded back in 2012 with an intention to boost the economy of the Canary Islands. Based at Gan Canaria (LPA). The airline operated 19 aircrafts to 89 destinations world wide.
Group B | Aerovista | Madrid
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