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SARPA lo cuminsa cu buelo commercial for di Colombia pa Aruba


AAA, e compania cu ta maneha y ta opera Aeropuerto Internacioal Reina Beatrix ta
sumamente contento di por tawata e afitrion di un conferencia di prensa duna dor di SARPA, un
aerolineo commercial nobo cu lo opera entre Colombia y Aruba.
SARPA lo bai opera 4 vuelo semanal desde 15 di december entre Medellin y Aruba, regresando
pa Baranquilla y tambe vuelonan for di Baranquilla pa Aruba regresando pa Medellin. E
vuelonan triangular aki lo crea un 200 asiento mas semanal for di Colmbia pa Aruba.
SARPA tawata conoci caba pa AAA pa su buelonan medico, di ambulancia y charter cu e tawata
ejecuta caba y recientemente a lanza nan operashon commercial.
SARPA lo opera e vuelonan for di nan base principal na Medellin cu nan Embraer 145-LR cu 50
asiento y lo ta operando semanalmente riba diaranson y diadomingo. SARPA tin vuelonan for di
Medellin pa otro ciudadnan Colombiano tambe manera, Pasto, Riohacha, Valledupar y
Villavicencio. Tambe nan lo opera vuelonan for di Medellin pa Corsow.
Sr. Carlos Andres Mesa, Presidente & CEO di SARPA, hunto cu Minister di Turismo y
Salubridad Danguillaume Oduber, CEO di AAA Sr. Joost Meijs, y CEO di ATA, Sra Ronella
Croes a anuncia officialmente e comienso di SARPA su operashon commercial December
binidero.

Aruba Airport Authority N.V. hosts a press conference for SARPA:

SARPA to start commercial operations from Colombia to Aruba
Oranjestad- For AAA, the company that manages and operates Aeropuerto Internacional Reina
Beatrix it was a pleasure to host a press conference given by SARPA, a new commercial airline
operating flights between Colombia and Aruba.
SARPA will operate 4 weekly flights as of December 15 from Medellin to Aruba and returning
to Baranquilla and then also flights from Baranquilla to Aruba returning to Medellin. These
triangular flights will create an additional 200 weekly seats from Colombia to Aruba. SARPA
was known already to AAA for its medical, ambulance and charter flight operations and now
recently launched its commercial operations. SARPA will operate its flights out of its base in
Medellin with an Embraer 145-LR with 50 seats on board and will operate these weekly

triangular flights on Wednesdays and Sundays. SARPA has flights out of Medellin to other
Colombian cities such as Pasto, Riohacha, Valledupar y Villavicencio. They will also operate
flights out of Medellin to Curacao.
AAA accompanied Mr. Carlos Andres Mesa, President & CEO of SARPA, together with
Minister of Tourism and Heath Danguillaume Oduber and the CEO of Aruba Tourism Authority
Mrs. Ronella Croes during the official announcement of SARPA on the start of their commercial
operations into Aruba this coming December.

About AUA Airport
AUA Airport is one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean region, with 19 different airlines
operating into Aruba contributing in processing over 2.5 million passengers per year (pre-covid)
and providing air service to 20 destinations worldwide. AUA Airport is operationally solid where
over 95% of all visitors are leisure guests: 83% from the United States & Canada, 6% from Latin
America, 8% from Europe, and 3% from Dutch Caribbean, year to date, March 2021. AUA
Airport attributes this to the island’s stable economic and political climate, hospitable and
multilingual population, and safe environment. AUA Airport undergoes continuous upgrades to
maintain its position as one of the region’s most innovative airports.
Learn more about what’s happening at AUA Airport by visiting www.airportaruba.com and
connect with AUA Airport on Twitter.com/Aruba_Airport,
Facebook.com/ArubaAirport, Instagram.com/arubaairport/ and  Linkedin.com/ArubaAirport.

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