Spanish regional airline Binter Canarias is establishing a subsidiary in Cape Verde, an archipelago of islands off the northwest coast of Africa. “We think we will get our license in 15 days and one week later we will start to fly,” Binter president Pedro Augustin de Castillo said, speaking at the European Regions Airline Association (ERA) General Assembly in Madrid. He added that Cape Verde was selected because the archipelago is similar to Binter Canarias’ core ...

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