RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After operating for more than 40 years in Colombia, the charter airline Sarpa announced in the last hours that it received the certificate from the Civil Aeronautics to run under commercial modality. In this way, it enters the competition in a market where companies such as Avianca, Latam, Satena, and Viva Air, among others, are already present.
"We already had experience in this industry, but since the end of 2019, Sarpa decided to take that big leap to become another player in the commercial market. [...] We announce this news with the happiness of being able to . . .