Colombian airline to open Central American routes
Satena, an airline owned by the Colombian armed forces, announced plans to launch routes to Central America, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica within two months.
Monday, June 30, 2008
The airline's president, General Héctor Campo, said the new routes formed part of an expansion plan for Satena, which currently accounts for 10 percent of Colombia's air traffic.
Copa Holdings announced that effective today, the Colombian airline Aero will operate under the name Copa Airlines Colombia.
Copa Airlines has launched direct flights between San Pedro Sula and the capital of Panama, with connections to Colombia.
The airlines Taca and Avianca have broadened their operations agreement with a shared code, in effect since June 13, that will facilitate flights to several continental destinations.
In July the Italian airline Blue Panorama will open a new route, flying from Rome to Managua with a stop in Havana, once a week.
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