Wingo is a model of a low-cost airline owned by Copa Holdings, S.A.. Copa introduced the creation of Wingo in October 2016 as a alternative for many of its Copa Airways Colombia enterprise, which had been dropping cash for a number of years, and had misplaced $29.7 million within the first half of 2016. In November 2019, Wingo introduced Carolina Cortizo as their appointed managing director.
Copa stated in 2016 that Wingo could be led by Catalina Bretón, a former JetBlue and Avianca government, and that Eduardo Lombana, the CEO of Copa Colombia, could be in control of the airline’s administration, finance and operations. Copa stated Wingo would use 4 Boeing 737-700s beforehand utilized by Copa, would fly below Copa Colombia’s name signal and codes, and would largely take over Copa Colombia’s routes, including flights from Bogotá and Medellín to Panama Pacifico airport. The brand new firm would provide one class of seats and would cost for bags, meals and drinks, seat assignments, and precedence boarding.
Wingo commenced operations on 1 December 2016 with a flight from Bogotá to Cancún.
Wingo served the next locations as of December 2020:
As of January 2021, Wingo used the next plane:
Wingo beforehand operated the next plane:
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