Colombian airline Easyfly is relaunching its Medellín – Cartagena route beginning March 9, with four weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, via ATR42 aircraft with a capacity for 46 passengers as of March 9 and the following departure times:
One differentiating factor with EasyFly and its smaller commuter-style turboprop aircraft is its utilization of Medellín’s Olaya Herrera municipal airport, rather than the José Maria Córdova international airport in the Medellín suburb of Rionegro, used by commercial jet carriers.
Domestic carrier Easyfly specializes in connectivity with Colombia’s secondary & tertiary cities.
Since flights restarted in Medellín, Easyfly reports that it has transported approximately160,000 passengers with direct flights to: Cali, Montería and Apartadó with up to three daily flights. Pereira with up to four daily flights, Armenia and Manizales with one daily flight. Bucaramanga with two daily flights and Quibdó with up to five daily flights.
From Medellíin, Easyfly also connects with Cúcuta on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, Ibagué Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. And Corozal with five frequencies: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
The airline is the largest flight operator from the Enrique Olaya Herrera airport in Medellín, and with a connection in Cali, also reaches Pasto and Puerto Asís
Easyfly operates 34 direct routes throughout Colombia with a presence in 28 cities.