Aerocardal is an airline based in Santiago, Chile. It operates international and domestic passenger charter services, as well as medical services. Its main base is Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport, Santiago.
|Hubs||Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport|
|Alliance||Air Elite, Cirrus Aircraft, JSSI, Gulfstream|
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Aerocardal was established in 1989 and has 50 employees (at March 2007). AeroCardal has been one of Chile's largest and most important corporate aviation companies. With a fleet of 11 aircraft including Jet and Turbo-Props, as well as Twin-Turbine Helicopters, it offers a variety of services connecting clients with major capitals as well as medium-sized or remote cities in America and Europe.
Aerocardal serves the following scheduled destinations within Chile:
- Santiago - Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport - hub
- Robinson Crusoe Island - Robinson Crusoe Airport - stational
Additionally, the airline operates charter flights and air ambulance.
The Aerocardal fleet includes the following aircraft (at July 2020):
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