With the new air operations there will be direct flights from Medellín
WILLEMSTAD, MEDELLIN - Two airlines announced new routes between Colombia and Curaçao. The first of them was EZ Air, which will begin operating the route Curaçao-Medellin, from next December 3 with two frequencies a week, on Friday and Monday.
"We are very excited to continue strengthening our operation in Colombia with the addition of this new route to Medellín, which complements the ones we already operate to Barranquilla," said Sueyenne Dammerman, spokesperson for EZ Air.
Another airlines that will start a new route from Medellín to the island will be SARPA, which operations will begin on December 16.
"Our purpose at SARPA is to cover direct routes between destinations where connectivity has traditionally been complex, reducing between 20% and 30% the travel costs currently paid on these routes," said Carlos Mesa, president of SARPA, a company that has over 40 years of experience in charter flights, in addition to air ambulance.
These new connections seek to offer tourists the possibility of traveling to this Caribbean destination, where visitors can enjoy an experience of "comfort, adventure, history, water sports, good food and hospitality."
In that sense, the director for Colombia of the Curacao Tourism Office, Víctor Manuel Dapena, made a call for Colombian tourists who wish to visit the island to enter the website www.curacao.com/es, where they can find the details on admission requirements and processes. In addition, he extended the invitation to fill out the required documents at www.dicardcuracao.com, a step that will make entry faster and more efficient.