Captain Rolando started Servicios Aereos Virgen de Copacabana, better known as SAVCO in 1970, started operations the following year using two ex American Airlines Douglas DC6s converted for cargo use. Both aircraft were used mainly to transport beef from the Bolivian lowlands around Beni to Cochabamba. Additional beef charters were carried out to Chili. Captain Rolando sold the company in 1973 to Raul Bedoya, who later added Douglas DC3s and Commandos to the fleet. SAVCO ceased operations in 2001
This is an old cargo company based in Cochabamba and was founded in 1964 as "Aerovias Las Minas". Its main equipment has been the Curtiss C-46 Commando, at least fourteen having passed through their hands. They also briefly operated the DC-6 aircraft.
‘Servicios Aereos Bolivianos’ was another long-time cargo operator from Cochabamba. It began back in 1970 and flew the mighty C-46 Commando throughout the 1970s and early 1980s. It also employed a couple of B-25 Mitchells.
Trans Aereos Luwior
Trans Aereoss Luwior was another small cargo airline, founded in 1979 and was based in Cochabamba. The company mainly used a small fleet of C-46s during the 1980s.
NEBA, North East Bolivian Airways was a small cargo airline based at Cochabamba. It had mainly relied on a single Convair CV-440 and a single C-46. However its CV-440 was lost in an emergency landing on the 11th May 1990 near its home base, leaving the airline with a single C-46 (CP-1616).
Trans Aereos San Miguel
Trans Aereos San Miguel was another Cochabamba based cargo company founded in 1981. It used a fleet of four Douglas DC-3 freighters.