April 26, 2010 at 17:17 PM EDT
Latin American Airline Flies Above Turbulence In Small Markets
It hasn't been easy navigating through the turbulence that's rocked the airlines in recent years. Sinking demand. A global recession. Volatile fuel prices. You name it, and airlines have had to deal with it. Latin America's Copa Holdings (CPA)is one airline operator that has been gaining altitude, despite the rough conditions. The parent company of Panama City-based Copa Airlines and smaller Colombian airline Aero Republica offers flights to 45
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