HAVANA, Oct. 26 The goal became a reality this Thursday, Boliviana de Aviación (BoA) flew to Havana a new international destination that joined the services of the state airline and that promises to open tourism and business opportunities, among others.
“Today wings of hope, of integration between our peoples, will take off,” said the Minister of the Presidency, María Nela Prada.
The company plans a weekly departure to this destination. This is the beginning, from now on the new goal of the state company is that the frequencies of flights to Havana are more frequent, reported the manager of BoA, Ronald Casso.
The inaugural flight departed early this Thursday morning from Viru Viru International Airport, in Santa Cruz. The Minister of Public Works, Édgar Montaño, announced that the aircraft in charge of taking this first important step is the Boeing 737-800NG.
Tickets will be available on the BoA website, www.boa.bo. Customer service lines were also made available for flight reservations.
The airline recalled that its rates include the possibility of carrying luggage of up to 30 kilograms; and hand luggage of seven kilograms, free seat assignment, one-year validity on all tickets, connections with international destinations Buenos Aires, Lima, Sao Paulo, Madrid, Miami and the entire interior of the country.