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Tame Opens Route to Bogota, Forging Agreement with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

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Tame airlines of Ecuador now offers flights linking Quito to Bogota, soon to be followed with routes to Buenos Aires (Argentina), Sao Paulo (Brazil), and New York (USA). The Quito-Bogota route is led by AviancaTaca, a conglomerate formed by the Colombian Avianca and Taca in Central America. Tame is also in talks with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to code share flights where tickets issued using the Tame network in Ecuador will be valid in the KLM network.

Photo Credit: El Comercio

Original Article Text From El Comercio Google Translate :

At 10:16 yesterday, an Airbus A319 landed on the runway Tame the El Dorado airport in Bogota (Colombia). This company started flights linking Quito with the Colombian city. The maiden flight of the route took about an hour and a quarter.

Both the airport Mariscal Sucre, as in El Dorado, two pumps, one on each side of the road, formed an arch of water. This made the traditional bath startup of the new air route. To meet these flights the company had four Airbus A319s. Each aircraft has a capacity for 145 passengers.

The inaugural flight arrived in Bogota was practically full of authorities, guests, journalists and families looking to take advantage of promotional prices for the new route. The ticket prices range from USD 398 and 708, depending on how long in advance that the user purchase your ticket. As part of this event, the manager of the company, Rafael Farias state said the company continues its expansion plan.

This provides concrete routes in 2013 Buenos Aires (Argentina), Sao Paulo (Brazil) and New York (USA). The procedures for the operation to the latter city begin next week. “The permissions of the aeronautical authorities of Ecuador and we have,” said Farias. Tame also intends to strengthen its international presence through agreements with other companies.

In about 45 days would build an interline agreement with KLM This, KLM tickets issued using the network of Tame in Ecuador and the region. Thus, a KLM passenger can get to the country return to Quito and Lima or Bogota Europe. There KLM will use the TAME flight to transport passengers in Latin American cities. Quito-Bogota route is led by AviancaTaca, a conglomerate formed by the Colombian Avianca and Taca in Central America.

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