AeroBoyacá is a Colombian airline that offers charter and scheduled flights. The airline is based at Juan José Rondón Airport, Paipa from where it flies to a small number of domestic Colombian destinations.
The airline was created in 2017 with the goal to connect the Boyacá department with the rest of Colombia. At the time it launched, there were no other airlines offering commercial flights out of Boyacá and AeroBoyacá became the only airline to do so.
The airline uses a fleet of Dornier Do 228 aircraft.
Passengers can bring one piece of carry-on baggage that fits within the dimensions of 25 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm and weighs no more than 2kg.
Passengers can bring checked baggage that fits within the dimensions of 25 cm x 40 cm x 61 cm and weighs no more than 15kg.
Online check-in isn't available on AeroBoyacá flights at this time.
Check-in must be completed at the airport. To do this, passengers must visit one of the airline check-in desks at the airport of departure. From there, a check-in agent will check-in the passenger to the flight. Passengers must bring the relevant travel documents i.e e-ticket and passport to complete the process.
Economy Class is the only cabin class available on AeroBoyacá flights. The cabin service is delivered by the airline's professionally trained cabin crew, who are available to help and assist throughout the duration of the flight. Food and drink is served once taken off and the aircraft is airborne.
Seats are set out in a 1 x 1 formation, with a row of two and three at the back of the plane.
Juan José Rondón Airport is a Colombian airport in the town of Paipa in the Boyacá Department. Juan José Rondón is the hub airport for AeroBoyacà, which is currently the only airline to fly from the airport. The airport is known for its high-elevation, being 2,501 metres above mean sea level.