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Avianca To Launch Direct Flights to Bogotá

February 29, 2008
The Colombian airline Avianca today is expected to inaugurate direct flights between San José and Bogota, Colombia.
The flights will be offered four times per week, the company reported Monday. The airline said they hope to increase the number of travelers between Central America and South America.
“With the start-up of this operation, Costa Rican residents will improve their travel options to South America. And travelers from the south of the continent will connect more easily with this Central American country,” said Fabio Villegas, president of Avianca.
The flights will operate Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
 

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