Aerocomercial Oriente Norte, also known as Aerocon, ceased operations in 2015. Airlines that now fly similar routes to Aerocon are:
Aerocomercial Oriente Norte was known as Aerocon, and it was a Bolivian airline founded in 2005. The airline was headquartered in El Trompillo Airport in Santa Cruz. In 2006, the airline moved its operational base to Trinidad in Bolivia. Unfortunately due to financial difficulties, the airline ceased operations in 2015.
Aerocon only used to flying to domestic Bolivia destinations before it ceased operations. These destinations include Cobija, Cochabamba, Guayaramerín, La Paz, Oruro, Potosí, Puerto Suarez, Riberalta, Rurrenabaque, Santa Cruz, Sucre, Tarija, Trinidad and Yacuiba.
|Cobija||Aeropuerto Capitán Aníbal Arab|
|Cochabamba||Jorge Wilstermann International Airport|
|La paz||El Alto International Airport|
|Oruro||Juan Mendoza Airport|
|Potosí||Aeropuerto Capitán Nicolás Rojas|
|Puerto Suarez||Puerto Suárez International Airport|
|Santa Cruz||El Trompillo Airport|
|Sucre||Juana Azurduy de Padilla International Airport|
|Tarija||Aeropuerto Capitán Oriel Lea Plaza|
|Trinidad||Aeropuerto Teniente Jorge Henrich Arauz|
Aerocon wasn't part of any airline alliance.
Aerocon had a fleet of Fairchild Metro 23 and Fairchild Metro III.
El Trompillo Airport (SRZ) is located 2km from Santa Cruz in Bolivia. It is a relatively small airport that only has one runway and there's currently no commercial passenger flights being operated at the airport.