Spanish airline Plus Ultra has begun sale of tickets for its new route between Madríd, Spain, Calí and Cartagéna, Colombia for flights beginning June 17th, 2020.
The Madrid>Cali route will fly Mondays & Fridays leaving at 1:35am and arriving at 5:15am (all local times). The return flight will leave at 7:15 stopping in Ecuador and arriving in Madríd at 5:15am.
The Madríd>Cartagena route will fly directly every Wednesday and Saturday departing at 11:15 and arriving at 2:10pm. The return flight will leave at 4:15pm, stopping in Quito, Ecuador before arriving at the Adolfo Suárez airport in Madríd at 2:30pm local time.
“Our incorporation of the Colombian market will promote more competition in the sector, and passengers will enjoy more benefits and better service,” says Gibson Preziuso, the airline’s commercial director.
The airline also announced its participation in the “Vitrina Turistica,” a major tourism industry event that takes place every year in Colombia and organized by the Colombian Travel & Tourism Agency Association (ANATO) February 27-28.
Plus Ultra flies Airbus A340/300 and A340/600 models that carry between 275 and 376 passengers.