Satena was launched by the Colombian Government in 1962 to provide air transportation to the remoter regions of Colombia. By 2007 it has grown into a major regional carrier operating a large number of domestic services on a very modern fleet of small commuter aircraft.
Cities served in Colombia include Apartadó, Arauca, Armenia, Bahía Solano, Barranquilla, Bogotá (El Dorado International Airport), Bucaramanga, Buenaventura, Cali, Corozal, Cúcuta, Florencia, Guapi, Ipiales, La Pedrera, La Macarena, Leticia, Medellín, Mitú, Neiva, Nuquí, Pasto, Pereira, Popayán, Providencia Island, Puerto Asís, Puerto Carreño, Inirida, Puerto Leguízamo, Quibdó, San José del Guaviare, San Vicente del Caguán, Saravena, Tame, Tumaco and Villavicencio.
Colombia is one of the world's loveliest countries, but probably it is not advisable to explore too much outside the main tourist resorts without taking the proper advice, and our advice is that where possible try to fly between the places you wish to visit.
With this in mind Satena's large network of services operating to many of the major centres of population make it a great way to get around. The airline operates punctually and efficiently with what they claim to be the most modern aircraft fleet in South America.