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|Operating bases||Las Americas International Airport, Dominican Republic|
|Fleet size||See Fleet below|
|Parent company||Viva Air/Auxer Group (2002-2004)|
|Headquarters||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
Queen Air (Aeronaves Queen SA) was an airline based at Las Americas International Airport, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. It began operations in 1998, but ceased these in 1999. In 2002 it was acquired by the Michigan-based Viva Air/Auxer Group. An attempt to restart operations with a single Lockheed Tristar in 2004 was unsuccessful.
- 1 Airbus A320 (reg. N302ML), leased from TransMeridian Airlines.
- 1 Lockheed L.1011 Tristar, from Kampuchea Airlines
- 2 McDonnell Douglas DC-9, from Capital A/C - ordered but not delivered.
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