April 30, 2010

AIRES to Launch Bogota-New York Service

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AIRES on short final to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. (Photo by Mark Lawrence)

Bogotá-based Aerovías de Integración Regional, better known as AIRES, says it will begin 3x weekly service from the Colombian capital to New York-JFK on June 25th.

The flights will be operated by 737-700 aircraft.


4C 206 BOG 18:30 – 00:57 JFK 73G (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
4C 207 JFK 03:00 – 07:28 BOG 73G (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)

Known mostly as a regional carrier within Colombia and nearby countries, Fort Lauderdale is currently the only US destination served by AIRES.

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  • Myron

    A nice-looking livery. Sadly, the aircraft will visit JFK in the late night so I will probably never see it.

  • Myron

    A nice-looking livery. Sadly, the aircraft will visit JFK in the late night so I will probably never see it.