Laoag International Airlines

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Laoag International Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
L7 LPN Laoag Air
Founded 1995[1]
Ceased operations 2002
Hubs Laoag International Airport
Fleet size Defunct
Headquarters Laoag, Philippines

Laoag International Airlines was an airline based in the Philippines. It shut down when one of its aircraft, Flight 585 crashed in Manila Bay in 2002.[2]

Code data

Laoag International Airlines Code Data.[3]

  • IATA Code: L7
  • ICAO Code: LPN
  • Callsign: Laoag Air

Destinations

References

  1. ^ Airline History
  2. ^ http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?airlinesearch=Laoag%20International&distinct_entry=true
  3. ^ Laoag International Airlines information
  4. ^ https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2002/11/12/183604/airline-flying-coffins-laoag-air-planes-grounded
  5. ^ https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2002/11/12/183604/airline-flying-coffins-laoag-air-planes-grounded
  6. ^ https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2002/11/12/183604/airline-flying-coffins-laoag-air-planes-grounded
  7. ^ https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2002/11/12/183604/airline-flying-coffins-laoag-air-planes-grounded
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