Vieques Air Link

Vieques Air Link (VAL, IATA code:V4) is a small Puerto Rican airline company that links Vieques with Culebra and mainland Puerto Rico.

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Vieques Air Link - Accidents and Incidents
... Croix to Vieques when both engines flamed out due to fuel exhaustion ... The aircraft was ditched off Vieques ... On January 26, 1980, a bomb was found on a Vieques Air Link plane that was about to be flown by Raul Mari Pesquera, son of Juan Mari Bras {http//despiertaboricua.tumblr.com/post/11521423866/lista-de-aten ...
Manuela Santiago Collazo
... Collazo (1936–2010) was a Puerto Rican politician who was the mayor of the city of Vieques (1985–2001) ... Santiago Collazo became Vieques' first female mayor during the 1984 general elections ... A popular politician among Vieques residents and among many mainland Puerto Rico residents as well, Santiago Collazo met with various difficult moments during her tenure as mayor In 1989, Vieques was one of ...
Air St. Thomas - History
... The airline was established in 1975 and was known as Virgin Air until 1984 ... Through the 1970s and well into the 1990s, Air St ... Rico International Airlines, Aero Virgin Islands and Vieques Air Link, among others ...

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