Santa Barbara Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (YV153T)
Santa Barbara Airlines (or SBA Airlines) is based in Caracas, Venezuela. It was founded in November 1995 and is based out of the Simón Bolàvar International Airport. They have a fleet of about 20 aircraft ranging from the ATR 42 to the Boeing 767-300ER. They fly mostly in South America, but do have a flight to Miami, Portugal and Spain.
Their current livery fills the aircraft up a bit more than their previous one. They also promote going by “SBA” versus their full name of Santa Barbara Airlines.
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