News Listings for Bogota - El Dorado International

  • ALTA: Airlines seek greater control at airports

    News | 15 Nov 2013 21:16 | Edward Russell

    Latin American airlines are eager to gain greater control of airports, and are also calling for technology upgrades.
  • LAN Colombia plans Bogota-Aruba flights

    News | 11 Sep 2013 19:17 | Ghim-Lay Yeo

    <p>LAN Colombia will launch non-stop flights between Bogota and Aruba from 1 December.</p><p>The carrier will fly twice-weekly on the route with Airbus A320...
  • American to launch new Bogota flight

    News | 15 Jul 2013 14:59 | Edward Russell

    <p>American Airlines will launch new nonstop flights between Dallas-Fort Worth and Bogota, Colombia, from 21 November.</p><p>The once daily flight will be operated...
  • Avianca plans Bogota-Cancun flights

    News | 28 May 2013 21:39 | Ghim-Lay Yeo

    <p>Latin American airline Avianca will launch flights between Bogota and Cancun from 15 July.</p><p>The Star Alliance carrier will operate four-times weekly...
  • Ex-Avianca CEO leading consortium in bid for Bogota airport

    News | 03 May 2006 03:03 | Rainer Uphoff

    <body lang=EN-GB style='tab-interval:36.0pt'> <div class=Section1> <div> <p class=MsoNormal>Former Avianca president Juan Emilio Posada’s consulting firm Stratis is to lead one of the consortia in a bid for Bogota Airport, the tender process for which is due to begin later this month.</p> <p class=MsoNormal>Speaking to <i style='mso-bidi-font-style:normal'>ATI</i> at the Latin American Airline CEO Conference in Miami, Posada revealed how his consortium is structured: “The investment banker behind our proposal is Citigroup, the airport operator is China’s CAHC and the [Colombian] construction company is Conalvias S.A.”</p> <p class=MsoNormal>Canada’s SNC-Lavalin is the designated advisor for airport design. CAHC is China Southern Airlines’ Capital Airport Holding Company, the operator <o:p></o:p></p> <p class=MsoNormal>of one of Beijing airport’s two terminals.</p> <p class=MsoNormal>Posada says he will apply “a dynamic management culture” to the airport
  • Latin American lead

    News | 01 May 1996 00:00

    Increasingly creative financial mechanisms and new products that insure against political and contractual risks, are providing incentives for private sector investment in Latin American and Caribbean airports. By Ellis Juan.As the air transport sector continues its rapid expansion in an increasingly globalised economy, the entry of fast-growing new participants like China (with growth rates of 20 per cent), Eastern Europe, and the CIS nations, together with growth in more traditional markets such as Southeast Asia and Latin America, is putting ever greater demands on the level of investment needed to meet air transport infrastructure requirements. <p>Large capital injections will be needed at the beginning of the next millennium for the modernisation of passenger and cargo aircraft fleets, the expansion and rehabilitation of airport infrastructure, and more sophisticated air navigation systems. The International Civil Aviation Organisation (Icao) estimates the investment that will