Prams Air

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Puerto Rico Air Management Services (PRAMS) is an Air Charter and cargo operator out of the Miami International Airport. The airline was founded in 2005. Its operating certificate allows it to fly the USA, the entire Caribbean (including Cuba) and South America. The company also has a unique operating permit, that allows it to operate flights from the United States mainland to Cuba. Operating charter flights that usually carry excess baggage and other cargo for companies that arrange these unique flights leaving the Miami International Airport to the otherwise U.S. embargoed Caribbean island.

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On November 11, 2010, a Cessna Caravan (208B) with 1 crew member had a runway incident at MUCF Cienfuegos Airport en route to KMIA Miami International Airport. No injuries reported. Damage to the airplane was initially documented.

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