Pluna was a Uruguayan airline that operated from 1996 to 2012. The full name of the airline was Pluna Líneas Aéreas Uruguayas S.A. It was the flag carrier of Uruguay and provided both domestic and international flights.
Pluna was known for its distinctive logo, which featured a yellow bird. The airline's headquarters were located in Montevideo, Uruguay. It served destinations in South America, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Paraguay, as well as some international destinations in Europe, such as Spain and Italy.
Unfortunately, Pluna faced financial difficulties and filed for bankruptcy in 2012. The airline ceased operations, leaving passengers stranded and employees without jobs. Several attempts were made to revive the airline, but they were unsuccessful. As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, Pluna has not resumed its operations.
Please note that my information might not be up to date as my training only goes up until 2021, and the status of companies can change over time.
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