Last Saturday, the low-cost airline Wingo carried Colombian and Ecuadorian tourists to Guayaquil for the first time. The air route was from Bogota to Guayaquil and back. The traditional inauguration ceremonies were performed, with the airplane being received with a shower from water cannons. As of now, the route Bogota-Guayaquil operates Tuesdays and Saturdays. The special promotion initial price for the round trip is of $136. Wingo already had a route to Quito, which also operates as a low-cost airline. They run four Boeing 737-700 aircrafts and it fly over 20 routes to 17 different cities in Latin America and…
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