is the foreign airline with the largest network to Colombia, and their flights to BAQ and CTG are combined in one same flight.
Now, if the plane took off from CTG, the most logical thing is that it departed from runway 36, which is the active almost always... I guess (not very informed about operations with only one engine) that the most suitable thing to do was to continue up north towards Barranquilla, which is a 7 minute flight from Cartagena, instead of turning (higher risk of an accident I imagine) to land in Cartagena again.
Many things have been said in the local press. Some say that the bird actually went into the engine in the approach to BAQ (which has happened in the past), and others say it was in Cartagena, I really don't know.
They also said that the plane was going to be parked at BAQ for several days, and that the panamanian company had already sent a maintenance crew to solve the situation as quickly as possible.