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International Bolivia Flights

Flights to Bolivia are more expensive than they are to many other countries in South America, so a lot of travelers choose to fly into a neighboring country and travel by land to Bolivia. However, if time is short, it is possible to fly directly into one of Bolivia's airports.

Bolivia Airports and Airlines

Although there are some 30-plus airports in the country, almost all flights go to El Alto International Airport in La Paz (Airport code: LPB) or Viru Viru International Airport in Santa Cruz (Airport code: VVI). Surprisingly, Santa Cruz's airport is the larger and more modern of the two, and it has more daily flights into and out of the country (though tickets are likely to be a bit more expensive than flights to La Paz). There are numerous domestic flights every day between Santa Cruz and La Paz, and it is only a 50-minute trip.

Flights to Bolivia depart frequently from

  • Miami, USA (American Airlines and Aerosur);
  • Madrid, Spain (Aerosur and Air Comet);
  • Panama City, Panama (Copa);
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina (Aerolineas Argentinas and Aerosur);
  • Salta, Argentina (Aerosur);
  • Tucumán, Argentina (Aerosur);
  • Campo Grande, Brazil (Gol);
  • Salvador da Bahia, Brazil (Gol);
  • Sao Paulo, Brazil (Gol and Aerosur);
  • Cusco, Peru (Aerosur);
  • Lima, Peru (Aerosur, TACA Peru and LAN Peru);
  • Santiago de Chile (LAN and Sky);
  • Arica, Chile (Sky);
  • Iquique, Chile (LAN) and
  • Asunción, Paraguay (Regional Paraguaya, TAM Paraguay and Aerosur).

From South America, it is recommended to call or check online 48 hours ahead of time to verify that your flight will be leaving when it is supposed to and that you have a seat on it. You are in South America, after all...

For more information about flight schedules, fares, or to purchase tickets, click

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Bolivia: Getting to and away, Getting To and From San Borja, Border Crossings, Getting To and Away From Guanay, Crossing to Brazil from Guayaramerín, Getting Around Bolivia By Hitchhiking, Getting To and Away From Villazón, Getting To and Away From Oruro, Bolivia International Boat Travel and Villazón / La Quiaca Border Crossing.

By Margaret Rode
A self-professed city girl, sassy staff writer Margaret Rode hails from Chicago where she received Bachelor degrees in English Literature and Spanish...
09 Feb 2010

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