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Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano

AirlineLloyd Aéreo Boliviano
Ceased operations2008 (operations suspended)
2010 (license revoked)
Airline hubCochabamba Airport
El Trompillo Airport (until 1990)
Viru Viru International Airport (from 1990)
Focus citiesLa Paz Airport
Trinidad Airport (1960s)
Frequent-flyer programLíder Club 
Member loungeElite CLAB 
Parent companyVASP (1995-2001)
HeadquartersCochabamba, Bolivia
(also La Paz at a time)
Key peopleMarcelo Goldmann (CEO) 

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Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano S.A. (abbreviated LAB, also known as LAB Airlines) was an airline serving as flag carrier of Bolivia. It operated domestic and international flights, aiming at passenger as well as cargo transport. LAB was active for more than 80 years, having been based in Cochabamba most of the time, with Cochabamba Airport being an important operational base. The largest hub was locted in Santa Cruz de la Sierra (El Trompillo Airport or Viru Viru International Airport), though.

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