Direct weekly air frequencies decreased in August compared to last year

This is evident from the most recent report of the Colombian Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies (Anato) based on data from Procolombia.

Based on the above, the regions reporting the greatest impact were Orinoquía, with a decrease of 33%; Amazon, down 28%; Caribbean with a 25% reduction; as well as the Pacific with 23% and Andina with 20%.

This is in contrast to the international connectivitytaking into account that in August 1,302 direct weekly frequencies were registered, which is 7% more compared to the 1,215 in the same month of the previous year.

“We have to follow the same trend as the international air transport but applied at the national level, it opens up more possibilities for the arrival of Colombians to the different corners of the country. There are many destinations with natural, historical and cultural beauty, but due to a lack of connectivity, they do not fulfill their potential. Travel agencies are ready to offer these and other places within their tourist offer, but to do this it is essential to expand the network of routes in the interior of Colombia,” says Paula Cortés, Executive President of Anato.

Source: El heraldo