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.
Campo said Satena has no plans at the moment to raise fares in order to compensate for higher fuel costs.

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