LAI – Línea Aérea IAACA was an airline based in Barinas, Venezuela that served nine destinations. The airline ceased operations in October 2006.


The airline was founded in 1992. It began as a crop spraying company and evolved to become the largest airborne taxi operation in Venezuela. As a result of deregulation in Venezuela, IAACA became a regular airline in 1995. The airline stopped operating in October 2006 because they did not give it the currency to fly. Today after the cessation of operations, a group wanted to make a national airline with international label to achieve and reach number one among passenger airlines, so connecting the tourist destinations to and from Venezuela, the Caribbean, Central and South America with its modern fleet and high-tech equipment.


LAI operated to various destinations such as: Caracas, Barinas, Maturín, Porlamar, Cumaná, Carúpano, Güiria, Acarigua, Valera, Guanare, Barcelona and Mérida.


Linea Aerea IAACA included the following aircraft:: *2 ATR 42-300 *1 ATR 42-320 *3 ATR 72-200


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Category:Defunct airlines of Venezuela Category:Airlines established in 1992 Category:Airlines disestablished in 2006 Category:2006 disestablishments in Venezuela Category:Venezuelan companies established in 1992 {{Venezuela-airline-stub