Unfortunately, Pluna ceased flying operations in 2012.
Pluna Líneas Aéreas Uruguayas S.A. was the flag carrier of Uruguay. The airline was headquartered in Carrasco, Montevideo and operated flights within South America and scheduled cargo and charter services from its hub at Carrasco International Airport.
Pluna commenced its operations in November 1936 and ceased operations in June 2012.
Pluna allowed passengers to bring one piece of carry-on baggage free of charge. Carry-on baggage could not exceed 8kg in weight and 40 cm x 32 cm x 20 cm in dimensions.
Pluna passengers could bring checked baggage at an additional price. Each piece of checked baggage could not weigh more than 20kg.
Pluna's online check-in opened 24 hours prior to the flight departure time and closed 2 hours before the scheduled flight departure time.
Pluna advised that passengers arrived at least 3 hours prior to the flight departure time.
Pluna didn't offer any sort of f in-flight entertainment on-board for its passengers.
Pluna didn't have a frequent flyer program..
Pluna flew to a number of destinations within South America as well as to a handful of destinations in Europe and North America. Find out all the destinations that Pluna flew to:
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Carrasco International Airport (MVD) is the main international airport of Uruguay. This airport is the largest airport in the country and its situated in Carrasco. Airlines that fly to/from the airport include Air Europa, Copa Airlines, Iberia and many more.
Pluna's fleet consisted of a Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft which could handle up to 90 passengers. The airline operated an economy-only cabin.