Colombia continues to add new flights to Dominican Republic and Ecuador

Aviation in Colombia continues its accelerated post-pandemic recovery with the introduction of new destinations by different airlines.

Wingo
On March 31 inaugurated service between Medellín (MDE) and Santo Domingo (SDQ). It will be the only airline on this route and the fourth service from the Dominican Republic.

Flight Itinerary
Medellín – Santo Domingo Flight P5-7420 MDE 20:35 – SDQ 00:08+1
Santo Domingo – Medellin Flight P5-7421 SDQ 01:08 – MDE 02:41

Wingo will operate two flights a week (Monday and Friday) in Boeing 737-800 aircraft According to data obtained by Aviacionline through Cirium, during the summer season it will have an offer of 5,070 seats per week in 30 air operations between Colombia and the Dominican Republic.

The leading airline in South America reactivates international flights from its subsidiary in Ecuador. On April 1, LATAM began operations between Quito (UIO) and Bogota (BOG) with five flights per week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) operated by 144-seat Airbus A319s with 700 seats per week.

Flight Itinerary
Flight LA1440 UIO 07:00 – BOG 08:30 Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Flight LA1442 UIO 17:15 – BOG 18:45 Tuesday and Sunday.
Flight LA1441 BOG 09:37 – UIO 11:15 Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Flight LA1443 BOG 20:07 – UIO 21:45 Tuesday and Sunday.
According to data obtained by Aviacionline through statistics from the Civil Aeronautics of Colombia, in 2019 between Bogota (BOG) and Quito (UIO) 432,743 passengers were mobilized.

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