Pluna CRJ900. Courtesy, Bombardier Uruguay's government-owned Pluna Lineas Aereas Uruguayas (PU), which suspended operations July 3 (ATW Daily News, July 9), will auction off its fleet of seven Bombardier CRJs and route rights within 60 days. Following a law passed July 17, the Uruguayan government will not own a stake in a new airline to replace the 75-year-old PU—which became a state-owned organization in 1951 and hada complex management and capital share status ...

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