American Airlines resumes flights to Cali, Cartagena and Medellin from Miami.

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American Airlines is resuming operations in Colombia with flights to Cali, Cartagena and Medellin from Miami. These are the first routes scheduled by the airline in the country after it suspended operations in March due to coronavirus travel restrictions.

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“Our team in Colombia is extremely excited about our return to the country, starting initially with flights to three destinations – Cali, Cartagena and Medellin; and soon in October resuming flights to Barranquilla and Bogota,” said Omar Nottaro, American’s Regional Manager for Colombia and Ecuador.

The airline indicated that flights to Barranquilla and Bogota are scheduled to begin on October 1 and 8, respectively, while flights to Pereira are scheduled for December. The routes enabled from now on will have five weekly frequencies: Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Saturday.

By La República

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