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Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (Paperback)

Aviation

By Barry Lloyd
Imprint: Key Publishing
Series: Airlines
Pages: 96
ISBN: 9781802822410
Published: 13th January 2023

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Even in aviation circles, the name Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano is not a name that quickly comes to mind, but its story is one which deserves to be told. Perhaps its aircraft were not seen as regularly as those of other Sothern American airlines because its routes were mainly domestic, with an international network only to some of the larger South American cities and a few in the US, together with an intermittent service to Madrid. However, as one of South America’s oldest airlines, its history is an interesting one, not least its struggles with the operational challenges of the Bolivian landscape. With a full history of all the aircraft operated, along with some rare photographs, this book aims to tell the story of Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano, from its beginnings in 1925 through to its demise in 2010, and examines some of the political and financial challenges the airline faced throughout its life.

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About Barry Lloyd

Barry began his working life in aviation at Cambrian Airways at Liverpool Airport, before moving on to Pakistan International Airlines in Manchester. After some years out of the aviation industry, he returned to aviation, working for BIA/Air UK at Blackpool and Gatwick airports. Following this, he joined British Aerospace at Manchester, where he was sales manager for Latin America and the Caribbean. Later, he transferred to BAe’s Corporate Jets division, where, amongst other things, he led the team that achieved the certification of the BAe 125 in Russia. Since then, he has worked in the operations department of handling agents at Manchester, East Midlands and Luton airports.

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