Aerolíneas de El Salvador

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Aerolíneas de El Salvador
Founded 1960
Ceased operations 1991

Aerolíneas de El Salvador or AESA was a Salvadoran airline formed after the merging of TAES and TACA El Salvador, both domestic airlines using Dakota YS-53-C.

A small collection of Douglas C-47 and DC-3 were Aerolíneas de El Salvador's main fleet.

The airline was merged to TACA international.

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