ACES (Aerolíneas Centrales de Colombia) was an airline in Medellin, Colombia and founded in 1971.
The airline began service in 1972 with the routes Medellín-Bogotá and Manizales-Bogotá, and soon became a major player in the Colombian market. By 1976, the airline had expanded its network to smaller regional destinations. In 1992, ACES expanded its service internationally, operating flights from Medellín and Bogotá to Miami.
ACES’ operations were halted in 2003, after the board’s decision to liquidate the airline, and ACES’ routes taken over by Avianca.