The American Falcon Airline company was founded in 1995 and the airline began operations in 1996. Initially, it was meant for chattered, but later progressed to offer scheduled flights. Over the years, until its closure in 2005, the airlines portrayed tremendous growth. In due time, they had five aircraft; three Boeing 737-200s and two Fokker F28s.
The fall of Dinar and LAPA companies is what facilitated the vertical take-off and increased popularity of the American Falcon airlines. Spending $4 million in order to purchase the two companies is what saw the American Falcon expand its fleet to five air crafts, and also multiply its routes from three to ten destinations.
Countries that Worked with American Falcon
With over 20 destinations, the American Flacon proved to be reliable and dependable, and soon gained popularity among those seeking to travel in and out of South America. It actually spread its wings and plunged into more countries all over the world. It was undeniably a top notch airline that was unbeatable. Some of the countries that were part of the routes covered by the American Falcon include:
- Italy and
One of the greatest advantages was that the airlines offered affordable prices to its users thereby increasing its popularity and growth potential over the years.
Fayez Chehab, the Chief Executive Officer of the American Falcon took great risks in order to see the carrier grow. Even though these risks led to the downfall of the airlines, they were well calculated moves that saw the carrier make milestones in the first few years of operations. Even though the American Flacon did not play any role in the transport industry in Argentina, at one point or another, they dominated the scene and made great economic and cultural impact in this part of South America. The many destinations by the American Falcon were an avenue for trade and global interactions for the people of Argentina.