SKY Airline to resume flights to Colombia
The Airline will resume the direct flights between Bogotá and Santiago de Chile
SKY, which operated a route between Santiago de Chile and Bogota until March 2023, will resume the route on July 3, and will offer three weekly nonstop flights on an Airbus A320 aircraft that serves 186 passengers.
SKY is also launching three other international routes in July, starting flights between Lima and Sao Paulo, Santiago de Chile and Porto Alegre and resuming Bariloche to Santiago de Chile.
Also, the company is launching two new domestic destinations in Perú, connecting Chiclayo y Cajamarca with Lima.
The resumed and new routes will provide new connectivity options for millions of travelers in Colombia, United States, México, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Argentina, Perú and Chile, with the most efficient fleet in South America operated only by Airbus NEO technology
Tickets for the new routes are currently on sale.
SKY Airline was named Best South American Low-Cost Airline by SKYTRAX in 2018, 2019 and 2022 and Best Regional Airline in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The company has already lowered its CO2 emission per passenger by 60% in the last 10 years, becoming the most ecofriendly Airline in the world. In March 2023, renewed the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), becoming the only low-cost Airline in Latin America with this certification.