Wingo launches its first international route from Barranquilla
Wingo launches its first international route from Ernesto Cortissoz Airport. This is the route between Barranquilla and Panama City, which will land at the Panama Pacific Airport located just 15 minutes from the center of the capital of Panama. The first flight will take off on October 6, initially operating twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays.
In total, the airline will make available to Barranquilla residents about 3,000 seats per month between both routes. Wingo will start selling this route on August 23 with promotional launch rates that start at USD 84 on the Barranquilla – Panama route and USD 64 on the Panama – Barranquilla route.
→ Wingo increases its seat offer and launches new routes between Panama and the Caribbean.
With this launch, Wingo reaches 25 international routes in 11 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, thus consolidating itself as the Colombian low cost airline with the largest number of destinations operated abroad. Likewise, Barranquilla will be the fifth city in Colombia that Wingo connects directly with Panama, after Bogotá, Medellín, Cali and Cartagena.
“We are proud to start international operations in the District of Barranquilla. We currently successfully operate the route between Barranquilla and San Andrés and with this new international alternative we are expanding our presence in this important city on the Colombian Caribbean coast. We are very pleased to contribute to the dynamism of tourism and business in this region through new low-cost and convenient connectivity alternatives,” said Jorge Jiménez, Wingo’s Commercial and Planning Director.
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