Shut down 2005
American Falcon (IATA: WK, ICAO: AFB, Call sign: AMERICAN FALCON) was an Argentinian airline based in Buenos Aires. The airline began operations in 1996 and shut down in 2005. It operated largely domestic services, but also some international routes to South American cities.
The airline was formed in 1995 and initially offered only charter services, though it gradually introduced scheduled flights.
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The airline operated a maximum of five aircraft after its 2003 expansion—three Boeing 737-200s and two Fokker F28s. Shortly before it ended operations, it returned one of the Fokkers to the lessor.
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