SCADTA - What does SCADTA stand for? The Free Dictionary
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(now under American ownership) and Servicio Aereo * 1943: Unification of all the Colombiano--SACO Americas from the United States to Argentina of * 1946: Expansion.
11) Paxton observa que la gente consideraba supremamente peligros los primeros vuelos de SCADTA
que partian de Barranquilla.
While such early Latin American executives as Don Ernesto Cortissoz of SCADTA
and Gustavo Espinosa Mireles of Mexicana had some influence, it was the foreign personnel of these pioneer companies who ran most of the show and flew and maintained most of the planes.