The Colombian Air Service, or SACO, was an early Colombian airline. Founded in 1933, in 1940 SACO merged with the Colombo-German Air Transport Society; the new company was named Airline of the American Continent. Avianca still operates to this day. On 24 June 1935, a Ford Trimotor of SACO collided during take off with another Ford Trimotor of SCADTA at Medellín, Colombia. Fifteen people were killed including the world famous tango singer Carlos Gardel.
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The numerical value of SACO in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of SACO in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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