Colombia Prepares To Restart Commercial Flights 

Fifteen Colombian airports are getting ready to open in September after six months without regular flights.
Credit: El Dorado International Airport
Colombia appears poised to restart commercial aviation operations after shutting down the sector for roughly six months to combat the spread of COVID-19. Several countries in Latin America, including Colombia, opted to cease commercial flights in March in order to contain the virus. But the region...

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