Air Andorra

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Air Andorra
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AN [ citation needed ]AENAir Andorra
Hubs La Seu d'Urgell Airport
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Headquarters Barcelona, Spain

Air Andorra is a Spanish regional airline based out of La Seu d'Urgell Airport near Andorra.



Air Andorra is formed by a group of aviation experts with extensive experience in creating cargo airlines, passengers and business aviation, in countries such as Spain, Brazil, Panama and Colombia. Madrid Flight Academy, school of commercial pilot training, signed an agreement with the airline to incorporate future pilots trained in this flying school. It is not the flag carrier airline of the Principality of Andorra. Air Andorra has no direct relation with the Pyrenean country and has only taken its name to promote flights to a nearby airport. However, those flights have never happened. Air Andorra intended to be based in La Seu d'Urgell Airport, Spain, and to serve Andorra from there, as there are no airports within Andorra. [1] [2] [3]


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