PLUNA Boeing 737-200 CX-BOO
Civil aviation profile prints.
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Boeing 737-200 PLUNA Líneas Aéreas Uruguayas S.A.
Named: Brigadier General Juan A. Lavalleja
Type: 737-2A3 A
Engines: 2 × PW JT8D-9A
Serial Number: 22738
First flight: Jan 12, 1982
PLUNA Líneas Aéreas Uruguayas S.A. was the flag carrier of Uruguay. It was headquartered in Carrasco, Montevideo and operated scheduled services within South America, as well as scheduled cargo and charter services from its hub at Carrasco International Airport. The airline was established in September 1936 and started operations the following month, on 19 November 1936. PLUNA entered the jet age soon after were introduced to the world Boeing 727 and Boeing 737. "PLUNA" is an acronym for Primeras lineas Uruguayas de navegacion aerea (First Uruguayan Air Navigation Lines).