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Easyfly will connect Puerto Inírida, Mitú and San José del Guaviare with Bogotá

The airline will begin a phase of exploratory flights to the departments of Vaupés, Guainía and Guaviare with an offer of 16 weekly flights.

Easyfly announced that between May 22 and 30 it will begin its “phase I” of exploratory flights and will include the cities of Puerto Inírida, Mitú and San José del Guaviare in its network of destinations with an offer of 16 weekly flights.

According to the airline, it is a response to the invitation that these territories have made. "From government entities, opinion groups, unions and the community in general, to explore these markets and offer them an air service that provides connectivity in these times of economic reactivation."

Alfonso Ávila Velandia, president of the airline, said that “at Easyfly we continue to contribute to connectivity and development; This increase in supply will undoubtedly contribute to regional development. Our plans to continue connecting the country do not stop and these routes are just the beginning of the airline's project to further connect the Amazon and Orinoquia with the rest of the country ”.

The airline will offer the routes:

Bogotá – Puerto Inírida (Via Villavicencio) – Bogotá, May 22 and 29.

Bogotá – Mitú – Bogotá, May 23, 25 and 30.

Bogotá – San José del Guaviare – Bogotá, May 28 and 31.

Passengers interested in these new routes will be able to purchase their tickets in the official channels of the airline. In addition, in June the company will add trips to Puerto Carreño.

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