Cordoba, Argentina's international airport, Aeropuerto Internacional Ambrosio Taravella (COR), also known as Pajas Blancas, recently received visits from several interesting cargo charters not often seen at the central Argentina airport.
The aircraft flew in from Brazil bringing car parts for Cordoba's automobile manufacturing plants, a couple of which had suspended production due to a lack of parts resulting from the Argentine national government's policy of restricting imports.
Aircraft spotted include:
27Oct12 Air Class Cargo Metro III, CX-LSS, all-white from Curitiba, Brazil
27Oct12 Air Class Cargo 727-200F, CX-CAR, in full colors from Curitiba, Brazil
28Oct12 LAN Cargo 767-300F, N524LA, operated by ABSA Cargo from Brazil
The aircraft left to Tucuman (TUC) shortly thereafter to pick up a
load of blueberries, probably to the United States as LAN Cargo
has operated about a dozen blueberry charters annually from TUC
to the U.S. for at least a couple of years.
The following link shows photos of the aircraft visiting COR: