Vertical de Aviación

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Vertical de Aviación
Founded 1982
Hubs El Dorado Int'l Airport
Fleet size 26
Headquarters Bogotá, Colombia

Vertical de Aviación is a charter airline based at El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá, Colombia. As the name implies, it flies mainly Helicopters, but the company also operates fixed wing aircraft such as the Jetstream32.

Although the company transports passengers and cargo, it has a much broader business model and scope focusing on Defense, Oil, Logistics and Government sectors.[1] As of 2017, it operates in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Brazil, Nigeria, Mexico, and Bolivia and has operated in Afghanistan through U.S. Transportation Command Directorate of Acquisition contracts. [2]


Vertical de Aviación was founded in 1982 operating Bell helicopters. It was the first Colombian airline to operate Russian helicopters transporting passengers and cargo.


As of 2017, the company's fleet is composed of the following:

Fixed wing


  1. ^ "Operaciones y Aereonave". Retrieved 5 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Vertical-de-aviacion". Retrieved 5 February 2017. 

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