Dinar Líneas Aéreas

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Dinar Líneas Aéreas
Dinar Líneas Aéreas logo.svg
IATA
D7
ICAO
RDN
Callsign
AERO DINAR
Founded 1992
Ceased operations 2002
Headquarters Salta, Argentina

Dinar Líneas Aéreas was an Argentinan airline, based in Salta, which operated between the years 1992 and 2002. It offered various charter flights as well as regular flights to different locations in Argentina and South America. In its period of greatest commercial success, Dinar was known for its safety, punctuality, and exclusive menu supervised by the chef Gato Dumas.

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Destinations[edit]

The regular destinations were: Buenos Aires, Jujuy, Salta, Tucumán, Iguazú, Posadas, San Juan, Mendoza, Córdoba, Rosario, Neuquén, Bariloche, Bahía Blanca, Comodoro Rivadavia, Río Gallegos, Villa Gesell and Mar del Plata.

The principal charter destinations were: Florianópolis, Maceió, Río de Janeiro, Salvador, São Paulo, Porto Seguro, Cancún, Sint Maarten, Aruba, Punta Cana, Isla Margarita, Havana and Varadero.

Fleet[edit]

Dinar's fleet was composed of:

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Other sources[edit]

This article incorporates information from the Spanish Wikipedia.