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Unfortunately, Amaszonas Uruguay ceased operations in January 2021.
Amaszonas Uruguay was a Uruguayan airline that flew domestically within Uruguay and internationally around South America since 2015. The airline was based at Carrasco International Airport, Montevideo and flies to over 5 different destinations within the South American continent.
The airline was a subsidiary of Linea Aérea Amaszonas and was created after Linea Aérea Amaszonas bought the rights to Amaszonas Uruguay's predecessor, BQB Lineas Aéreas and relaunched the airline. Along with Aeromas and Delbitur, the airline was one of the only airlines in Uruguay offering passenger flights. Although it only flew to a small number of South American destinations, it did reach other parts of South America through codeshare agreements with other airlines within the Amaszonas family.
In January 2021, the airline ceased operations.
Carry-on baggage must not weigh more than 5kg and must fit within the dimensions of 45 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm. Each passenger was allowed a maximum of one carry-on bag per person.
On international flights, the airline gave a checked baggage allowance of 23kg for both adults and children (2–11 years).
On domestic flights, the airline gave a checked baggage allowance of 20kg for adults and 10kg for children.
Amaszonas Uruguay passengers could check-in for their flight by visiting the online check-in page. Passengers could check-in for their flight between 48–2 hours before departure time. To check-in, they must have used either their booking reference or e-ticket number, as well as their last name.
For those who need to check-in at the airport, check-in was available by visiting one of the check-in agents at the check-in desks. Amaszonas Uruguay asked that passengers arrive 2 hours and 30 minutes before their flight for international flights and 1 hour and 30 minutes before their flight for domestic flights.
Amazonas Uruguay flew to the following destinations before it ceased operations.
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Carasco International Airport is the main international airport in Uruguay and was the hub airport for Amaszonas Uruguay. The airport is located in the country's capital city, Montevideo, within the Carrasco neighbourhood.
The airport has existed since 1947 and originally operated with one passenger terminal. In 2009, a second passenger terminal opened, which gave the airport the capacity to handle an extra 3 million passenger per year.
Carasco airport connects Uruguay with other South American cities, as well as European and North American destinations such as Madrid and Miami.
The airline operated a fleet of Bombardier CRJ200ER, with a total of two active at the time that it stopped flying.