El Dorado International Airport
Ever since its inception in 1992, AeroRepublica (P5) had been offering top-notch services to its valued passengers. AeroRepublica had its main hub in El Dorado International Airport, Bogota. Being based out in Bogota, Colombia, this airline was the third largest air carrier in Colombia. It covered more than 17 destinations; among the most important ones were Cuba, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama, Mexico, Ecuador and Venezuela.
AeroRepublica had a sleek fleet of 16 airplanes, which included Embraer 190AR, Embraer 190LR, Boeing 737-700 and Boeing 737-800. It had also started a frequent flyer program known as OnePass, which was highly appreciated among its customers. On 6 October, 2010 AeroRepublica changed its name to Copa Airlines Colombia which strengthened its brand name.