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Operator: Aerotransportes Entre Rios

Formed in 1962, as a domestic and international non-scheduled freight carrier, AER received its first aircraft, a L-749A Freighter, in March 1964. The company soon specialized in the carriage of horses, and a permit was granted by American CAB, to carry freight and mail to Miami via transit points in South America. In 1966, AER extended the flights as far as UK. In 1967 operated by a L-1049G leased from International Aerodyne. During 1968 3 more L-1049Hs were leased. In January 1970 a Britannia was added to the fleet and this meant the end of the withdrawal of the Super Constellations. The crash of the Britannia in July 1970 gave the L-749A a new life until early 1972, and a L-1049H until the end of 1970. Canadair CL-44s were the replacement of all remaining Constellations.

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