Category:Aviaco

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AO/AYC/AVIACO.

Aviación y Comercio, S.A., doing business as Aviaco, was a Spanish airline headquartered in the Edificio Minister in Madrid. The carrier was formed as a freight company in 1948.Given that Iberia had exploited the most profitable domestic and international routes since the early 1940s, Aviaco restricted its operations to secondary routes. Scheduled passenger services started between Bilbao and Barcelona and Madrid. The first international route was Algiers–Palma–Marseilles, while Canary Islands-based flights were launched shortly afterwards.During the 1960s to 1990s the company became a major actor in spanish civil aviation, beside the national flag carrier Iberia. By 1994,Iberia's shareholding in Aviaco was boosted from 33% to 100% in 1998, when the Spanish flag carrier took control of 67% of the shares that were held by the SEPI. Since then, Iberia plans for Aviaco were to absorb it; this occurred on 1 September 1999.

This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of Aviaco.

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