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|Headquarters||El Trompillo Airport
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
It started its operations in 2005. In 2006, the airline transferred its operational base to Trinidad. It was also called the Airline of Beni Department. It operated from Trinidad to Cobija, Cochabamba, Guayaramerín, La Paz, Riberalta, Santa Cruz, Yacuiba, Sucre, and Tarija but in 2015 it stopped operating due to finance problems and resulting severe security issues.
In January 2013, Aerocon offered scheduled flights to the following destinations:
- Cobija - Captain Aníbal Arab Airport
- Cochabamba - Jorge Wilstermann International Airport
- Guayaramerín - Guayaramerín Airport
- La Paz - El Alto International Airport
- Oruro - Juan Mendoza Airport
- Potosí - Captain Nicolas Rojas Airport
- Puerto Suarez - Puerto Suárez International Airport
- Riberalta - Riberalta Airport
- Rurrenabaque - Rurrenabaque Airport
- Santa Cruz - El Trompillo Airport
- Sucre - Juana Azurduy de Padilla International Airport
- Tarija - Capitán Oriel Lea Plaza Airport
- Trinidad - Teniente Jorge Henrich Arauz Airport
- Yacuiba - Yacuiba Airport
|Fairchild Metro 23||4||0||
|Fairchild Metro III||5||0||
Accidents and incidents
- On 7 September 2011, Aerocon Flight 238 from El Trompillo Airport, Santa Cruz de la Sierra to Teniente Jorge Henrich Arauz Airport, Trinidad, Bolivia crashed on approach to Trinidad. The flight was operated by a Fairchild SA227-BC Metro III. There were nine people on board, of whom eight were killed.
- On November 3, 2013, an Aerocon airliner crashed when it was trying to land at the airport in Riberalta that killed 8 people.
- Official website
- Official website (Spanish)
- "DGAC descarta que accidente de Aerocon fue falla de torre[permanent dead link]." Página Siete. 14 September 2011.
- "empresa_1.png." (Archive) Aerocon. Retrieved on April 10, 2012.
- "aerocon_of_nacional.png." (Archive) Aerocon. Retrieved on April 10, 2012. "Av. La Barranca Esq, Tercer Anillo Interno Hangar 93"
- Source: Report on Pagina Siete, spanish
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-12-11. Retrieved 2008-11-13.
- Hradecky, Simon. "Crash: Aerocon SW4 at Trinidad on Sep 6th 2011, missing aircraft found destroyed, one survivor". The Aviation Herald. Retrieved 7 September 2011.
- "8 people dead in crash of small Bolivian airliner". USA Today. 4 November 2013. Retrieved November 4, 2013.
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