Named after the owner and chief pilot’s, Pedro Rodriguez, nickname ‘Chaguito’, Aerochago started operations by November 1982. One L-1049 Freighter was bought and operated in the Caribbean, followed by a L-749A which was purchased in August 1983. In 1988 3 further Super Connies, all former military aircraft, were bought. The company flew successfully Connies and DC-7s until the grounding of all Dominican-registered non-scheduled operators in March 1993. It flew the last commercially-operated Constellation in the world.
|749A||2667||HI-422||1983 - 1988|
|1049||4009||HI-288||1982 - 1987|
|1049C||4536||HI-329||spares use only|
|1049B||4155||HI-532CT||1988 - 1990|
|1049F||4202||HI-548CT||1988 - 1991|
|1049B||4155||HI-538CT||1990 - 1993|