Aero República Could Fly to Central America

The Colombian carrier, owned by Copa Holdings S.A., announced its intention to fly to all of Central America.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

It currently operates mostly in Colombia, with flights to Venezuela and Panama.

Lupita Arenas Caicedo, regional sales director "announced today in San José [Costa Rica]", "its intention of fly to Costa Rica and the rest of the Central American countries", reported Elfinancierocr.com. "Arenas explained they are executing a plan to promote the airline in Costa Rica, specially between the corporate sector".



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