BOA: The State-Owned Bolivian Airline
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BOA, now the largest Bolivian airline, is owned and operated by the Bolivian government. It competes against privately-owned Bolivian airlines by offering lower prices. It operates out of La Paz, Cochabamba, and Santa Cruz, Sucre, Tarija, and Cobija and flies primarily domestic flights to these and other cities. It also offers flights to Madrid, Buenos Aires, Salta and Miami. Other airlines have accused it of unfair competition, attempting to put them out of business, and not adhering to the same rules all other airlines must adhere to. Passengers, however, are enjoying the lower airfares.
Central Office is in Cochabamba:
Calle Jordán #202 esq. Nataniel Aguirre
Reservations: 901 10 50 10
Fax: 591 (4) 411-4643
Sales: 591 (4) 414-0873
Office hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 - 18:30; Saturday 08:30 - 12:30.
Office in the Jorge Wilstermann (CBB) Airport:
Phone: 591 (4 ) 411-7098
Hours: Every day from 6:00 to 21:00
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BOA NOW OFFERS FLIGHTS BETWEEN BOLIVIA AND MIAMI
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On 17 August 2014 we were informed by BOA personnel that round trip flights between Miami and Bolivia are now available. Flights to and from Miami are on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Flights leave Miami for Bolivia at 9:00 p.m. Flight departure times from Bolivia to Miami depend on your city of departure. Flights depart to Miami from Cochabamba, La Paz, Santa Cruz, Sucre, Tarija and Cobija, all going through Santa Cruz with a one-hour layover in Panama City.
There is no self-check in or curb-side check in for this airline at airports in Bolivia. Always check with the airline and/or your travel agent prior to your trip concerning issues such as government holidays (they differ at various times throughout the year); flight delays (infrequent) and cancellations (also infrequent); and special assistance you need during your flight or upon arrival.
Bolivian airports are small, very basic and limited in terms of the services provided. Only major cities have customs or immigration offices. Always check with your travel agent and the Bolivian embassy or consulate in your country to make sure you have all the proper documentation for your flight to Bolivia.
For all other offices and contact information visit www.boa.bo