Wingo has announced that beginning March 22, the airline will restart its Bogotá-México City route that had been operating before the Covid Pandemic last year. Wingo launched the route in December of 2016 and will return flying twice a week with a Boeing 737-800 and a capacity of 186 passengers per flight.
“We are very excited to resume our flights between Bogotá and Mexico City, a route that we were already operating before the arrival of the pandemic,” said Carolina Cortizo, General Director of Wingo. “Prior to the suspension of international operations, we already demonstrated that the unique combination of low prices, security, punctuality, and good vibes from Wingo was what the travelers who were flying to Mexico need; and for this reason, today we reiterate that we continue here to once again supply that demand for flights between the two countries.”
Based in Bogotá, Colombia, Wingo is an international low-cost carrier owned by Panama’s Copa Airlines.