Air Europa, the Latin American specialist and Spain’s largest privately owned airline, is launching a new weekly flight to Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
The Spanish carrier is the only European airline flying to Bolivia, and from December 14th, will now fly a total of four times weekly to the South American country, from London Gatwick via Madrid Barajas.
Outbound flights will be on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, leaving London Gatwick at 17:15 with return flights arriving to London on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, at 09:10.
Santa Cruz, Bolivia’s largest city and economic capital, is a blend of bustling modernity and colonial tradition.
As the perfect base from which to do business in Bolivia or to explore the country’s vast offer for tourists, the destination appeals to leisure and business passengers alike.
Business travellers to Santa Cruz will enjoy a number of benefits resulting from the airline’s membership of the SkyTeam alliance, such as the SkyPriority airport services program and the FlyingBlue air miles scheme.
Air Europa also offers airport lounge services at Gatwick, in partnership with No.1 Traveller.
Colin Stewart, UK general manager, Air Europa, explained: “We are pleased to add another weekly frequency to Bolivia; this 4th weekly flight is a direct result of responding to our customers needs.
“This latest development is part of a wider trend of growth for Air Europa in our routes to Latin America and beyond, and showcases our unique strength and long-term commitment to connecting the region with UK businesses and tourism,” concluded Stewart.