|Top route||Medellín Enrique Olaya to Quibdó|
|Top airport||Bogotá El Dorado|
Pros: Flying from Medellin Local airport spares you about 45 minutes road. The airport is small so everything is simple is like flying private for a fraction of the price.
Pros: Umbrellas on the tarmac between plane and bus!
Pros: Smooth check in. Comfortable flight.
Pros: Flight Attendant
Cons: Older Aircraft
My first time.
Pros: It was my first time on Satena Air. I was pleasantly surprised. It was fair in price and everybody was very helpful and friendly to a "gringo" who did not speak Spanish very well. I'll see you next year!!!
Pros: Is the best way to travel for business to or from Bogotá. The main reason is it is the only flight that arrives to the local airport in the city of Medellin instead of the international airport located 45 minutes away.
Cons: The aircraft is a small one so don't expect too much space
Kayak sent me wrong details
Pros: The crew
Cons: Kayaks interference meant a last minute email gave us a change of itinerary which was totally incorrect. This led to us being at the airport for 6 hours. Our own airline staff didn't start work until we had been there for 4 hours so we didn't know what was happening. I had severe travellers diarrhoea it was an awful experience
Based in Colombia, SATENA is an airline that offers flights to over 35 destinations, with most of them primarily domestic locations. However, the company has added to its flight routes and now travels to several international locations, with some examples being Jamaica, Cuba, and Mexico.
When you decide to travel with this airline, there is one travel class for you to select: Economy. An Economy seat will provide you with standard amenities and services during your flight, such as free snacks and drinks, access to whatever entertainment system is on your specific plane, and outlets for you to charge your personal devices.
While SATENA is not a member of an air alliance and does not have any codeshare agreements with other companies, it is part of AeroBanco, a group that was formed in 1965 with the Bank of Bogota. Seeking to provide flights to areas of the country that are considered to be inaccessible or more remote, AeroBanco has helped to grow and diversify both the airline’s domestic and international destination list for centuries.
SATENA has a fleet that is made up of over 20 aircraft, the majority of which are either Let, ATR, or Embraer. Used by the company the most frequently is the ATR 42-500, a plane that can fit up to 46 passengers and is normally utilized for domestic trips. The Embraer 170-100SL is the largest plane that the airline has, as it can fit over 75 passengers and is primarily reserved for trips to locations that are farther away, such as Cuba or Jamaica.