Paraguay will resume domestic flights after a 30month hiatus that began due to the pandemic and a drop in demand but has stretched to date. The company Paranair will carry out the operation that will connect the capital Asunción with Ciudad del Este.
Along with the announcement, the company said flights will begin on September 20 and will be operated using 50seat CRJ200 aircraft. By adding this single domestic route, the Paraguayan company will have four regular routes, Aviacionline says, citing website AeronauticaPy.
“It is with great joy and satisfaction to be able to resume our operations in Ciudad del Este, which was the first destination we flew to and which is part of our core business because it brings Paraguay closer to the world. With this operation we will strengthen commercial and tourist ties between Asunción and Ciudad del Este, and between these destinations and the region,” said Jaime Cassola, General Manager of Paranair.
Tickets can be purchased now on the Paranair website. The flights allow connections with Buenos Aires and Montevideo, offering new connectivity options for Ciudad del Este and its surroundings.
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