Synonyms for aerounion or Related words with aerounion

aerotransporte              vuelos              aeropostal              satena              conviasa              avolar              aerosucre              linhas              spantax              rutaca              suramericanas              helisul              masair              sabena              aeroservicios              aeronaves              passaredo              aerogal              transportes              avianca              aviastar              aereas              birgenair              aviacion              varig              aerolineas              aviateca              aerolitoral              kolavia              aviacsa              cubana              swiftair              aladia              servivensa              sonair              lineas              lacsa              arkefly              germanwings              transporte              saereo              confins              aeromexico              binter              iraero              argentinas              ejecutivos              magnicharters              amborovy              comair             

Examples of "aerounion"
As of December 2016, AeroUnion operates the following scheduled services:
The AeroUnion fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of December 2016):
AeroUnion Flight 302, operated by an Airbus A300B4-203F cargo aircraft, crashed in poor weather on final approach at General Mariano Escobedo International Airport, Monterrey, Mexico around 23:18 CDT on 13 April 2010, after a flight from Mexico City. All five persons on board were killed, as well as two on the ground.
Aerotransporte de Carga Unión S.A. de C.V., commonly known as AeroUnion, is a scheduled cargo airline headquartered in Hangar Zone G at Mexico City International Airport in Mexico City, Mexico. It operates cargo services within Mexico and between Mexico and the USA.
At about 23:18 local time on 13 April (04:18 UTC on 14 April), AeroUnion Flight 302 executed a missed approach after a landing attempt and crashed The Airbus A300B4-203F was on a scheduled international freight service from Mexico City International Airport via General Mariano Escobedo International Airport, Monterrey, to Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles. The crew had been cleared to land the aircraft on runway 11 at Mariano Escobedo Airport, but it crashed onto the Avenida Miguel Alemán motorway, almost 2 km short of the runway threshold. It struck a car, killing the driver. The airplane broke up and burst into flames. All five occupants of the aircraft were killed; another body was later found, bringing the total number of fatalities to seven.