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    I noticed there was no thread here dedicated to discussing any news/info related to Copa Airlines or Copa Airlines Colombia so I decided to put matters into my own hands and create one since Copa Airlines is one of the fastest growing carriers in the world at the moment. In addition to having a...
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    Close up... How can we forget about AeroMexico's past... Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V., operating as AeroMéxico, is an airline based in Mexico City, Mexico. It operates scheduled domestic services and international services to Asia, Canada, Europe, Central America, South America and USA...
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    Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport - Santiago Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (IATA: SCL, ICAO: SCEL), also known as Pudahuel Airport or Santiago International Airport, located in Santiago, is Chile's largest aviation facility, with more than 6.5 million passengers...
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    Avianca is a commercial airline headquartered in Barranquilla, Colombia. It is the sixth largest air carrier in Latin America and the largest airline in Colombia, holding the title of flag carrier since its founding in 1919. It is the first airline founded in the Americas DESTINATIONS...
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    Argentina Airline Union Protests Lan Accord With LAFSA 11 March 2005 BUENOS AIRES (Dow Jones)--The Argentine Association of Airline Workers called for a boycott of Chilean airline Lan (LFL) Friday to protest the company's agreement with the Argentine government to absorb all workers of state...
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    Brazil's low-cost Gol airline adding Bolivia as second international destination 21 January 2005 SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) - A month after starting its first international flights to Argentina, Brazil's Gol airline announced Friday that it will soon add service to Bolivia. The low-cost carrier...
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    South American Airlines Face Bumpy Ride Amid Legal Woes 15 October 2004 Dow Jones International News By Amy Guthrie MEXICO CITY (Dow Jones)--Political and legal hurdles are taking some major South American airlines on a bumpy ride. Government interventions, foreign ownership limits and...
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