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Body Of Evidence: Trafficker Jailed After Scan Found He’d Swallowed $600K Of Drugs

The Tennessee Tribune 02 Mar 2021
The 45-year-old man was captured with 214 containers of cocaine and heroin in his body when he was stopped at Vienna International Airport in Austria as per reports from Lower Austria’s regional police department. The Nigerian man was arrested on Sept 19, 2020, during a joint examination by the Lower Austria Police and the airport customs team.
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Viva Air Outlines Network Expansion With 4 North American Routes

Simple Flying 27 Feb 2021
Viva Air Colombia is launching four new routes to Mexico and the US ... But instead of using Bogota’s International Airport as its main hub, Viva Air is looking at the city of Medellín, the second-largest city in Colombia ... As an airline, we understand that aviation in Colombia cannot depend solely on a single airport, Bogotá.
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ASUR Reports 4Q20 Financial Results

The Saratogian 24 Feb 2021
ASUR) (ASUR), a leading international airport group with operations in Mexico, the U.S., and Colombia, today announced results for the three- and twelve-month periods ended December 31, 2020 ... María Córdova International Airport (Rionegro), the second busiest airport in Colombia.
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Colombia Start Ups – Two New Airlines Planned This Year

Simple Flying 23 Feb 2021
Colombia is set to have two new airlines this year ... Colombia’s main hub is El Dorado International Airport in Bogota. Avianca and LATAM use this airport as its gateway to and from the country. Nevertheless, lately, there has been some movement to decentralize the aviation industry in Colombia.
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Wang Yi Attends UN Security Council Ministerial Open Briefing on COVID-19 Vaccine Issue

Manila Bulletin 23 Feb 2021
A staff member transfers a cargo container with COVID-19 vaccines from Chinese company Sinovac at the El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Colombia, Feb ... In early February, Colombia’s National Food and Drug Surveillance Institute approved the emergency use of COVID-19 vaccines developed by Sinovac.
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Colombian president welcomes first batch of Chinese Sinovac vaccines

People Daily 22 Feb 2021
A staff member transfers a cargo container with COVID-19 vaccines from Chinese company Sinovac at the El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Colombia, Feb ... In early February, Colombia's National Food and Drug Surveillance Institute approved the emergency use of COVID-19 vaccines developed by Sinovac.
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JetBlue Launches First Phase of Codeshare with American Airlines, Adding New Routes and Destinations

The Marshall News Messenger 18 Feb 2021
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The Latest: Fauci wins $1 million for “defending science”

Tampa Bay Times 16 Feb 2021
The World Health Organization and partners hope COVAX can finally start shipping out vaccines later this month.Colombia receives first vaccine shipment ... On Monday, a yellow DHL plane carrying Colombia’s first 50,000 vaccines arrived at Bogota’s international airport and was welcomed personally by President Ivan Duque and his health minister.
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The Latest: Court orders Dutch govt to end virus curfew

Odessa American 16 Feb 2021
On Monday, a yellow DHL plane carrying Colombia’s first 50,000 vaccines arrived at Bogota’s international airport and was welcomed personally by President Ivan Duque and his health minister. The shots were supplied by Pfizer, which has a contract to sell 10 million vaccines to Colombia.
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The Latest: Hungary is 1st EU nation to get Chinese vaccine

Odessa American 16 Feb 2021
On Monday, a yellow DHL plane carrying Colombia’s first 50,000 vaccines arrived at Bogota’s international airport and was welcomed personally by President Ivan Duque and his health minister. The shots were supplied by Pfizer, which has a contract to sell 10 million vaccines to Colombia.
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The Latest: EU says Moderna to fill vaccine gap by March

Odessa American 16 Feb 2021
On Monday, a yellow DHL plane carrying Colombia’s first 50,000 vaccines arrived at Bogota’s international airport and was welcomed personally by President Ivan Duque and his health minister. The shots were supplied by Pfizer, which has a contract to sell 10 million vaccines to Colombia.
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