Search & Buy Amaszonas Airlines Flights

Cabin class:

Passengers:

Adults(12+)
1
Children(2-11)
0
Infants(0-1)
0
Done

Please select an airport

Select a departure date

Search flights

Buy Amaszonas Airlines Flights


 

Search and Buy Amaszonas Airlines Flights Online with Alternative Airlines

 

Make an Amaszonas Airlines reservation and find some amazing deals with discounted Amaszonas Airlines tickets at Alternative Airlines

 


 

 

About Amaszonas Airlines

Amaszonas, (also known as the official name of Línea Aérea Amaszonas) is a Bolivian based airline, headquartered in La Paz, Bolivia. 

 

Amaszonas currently operates scheduled and chartered short-haul passenger flights throughout the northern and northeastern regions of the country as well as to neighboring Peru, with its network's hub being located at El Alto International Airport.

 

Línea Aérea Amaszonas offers 12 scheduled service destinations across Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. Destinations included the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires, Cochabamba, Oruro, Sucre, Tarija, Uyuni (all located in Bolivia), Montevieo (Uruguay) and Cuiaba (Brazil) amongst other destinations. It is believed that by the end of 2017, Amaszonas intends to offer 40 destinations on their route network across both scheduled and chartered services. Amaszonas is now one of the few airlines offering services to Montevideo after the bankruptcy of the national Uruguayan Airline, Alas Uruguay.

 

The airline was founded on 1 October 1998, but flight services were only commenced in 2000. Initially only operating chartered services using a small fleet of turboprop aircraft, Amaszonas grew in 2012 and acquired larger aircraft offing scheduled passengers services. In late 2014 Amaszonas announced their intentions to lease 9 CRJ200 aircraft to expand their regional network even more so.

 

Amaszonas currently only operate using one type of aircraft, a Bombardier CRJ-200. In total they have 9 aircraft in their fleet, each with a maximum passenger capacity of 50 passengers. It is also believed that Línea Aérea Amaszonas have an additional aircraft on order.


 

News

28th March 2018

Amaszonas new route

Amaszonas (Z8) now offer 3 flights weekly from Iquique, Chile to Lima, Peru from 21 Mar 2018.
 

 

22nd January 2018

Amaszonas Paraguay (now Paranair) enters two Brazilian markets from Asunción

The Amaszonas subsidiary has added two new Bazil markets to its route map this week, with the carrier launching flights from Asunción to Rio de Janeiro Galeao and Sao Paulo Viracopos. Both inaugurated on 17th January, the Rio flights will run 3 times weekly and the Viracopos flights 4 times a week. Neither route currently has direct competition.

 

 

17th November 2017

New flight Montevideo - Aeroparque

 

  • From October 5th  - 2 daily flights - Aeroparque -Montevideo 9.30 / 21.35
  • Aircraft seats 50 passengers
  • Flight duration: 40 minutes
  • Amaszonas Uruguay is part of the Amaszonas group that also has airlines in Bolivia and Paraguay.

 

September 2017

Amaszonas adds new domestic sector from September 2017

Bolivian carrier Amaszonas this week commenced additional domestic sector, with the offering of Uyuni – Sucre route. First flight operated on 13SEP17, with 19-seater Metroliner aircraft. This route is served 3 times a week with following schedule. Amaszonas launched a Bolivian domestic route between Uyuni (UYU) and Sucre (SRE) on 13 September. The 134-kilometre link, which has an estimated flying time of 30 minutes, is currently not served by another carrier, with Amaszonas scheduled to connect the two southern Bolivian cities with three weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) flights operated by its 19-seat Metro fleet.  

Z8040 UYU0840 – 0910SRE SWM 135
Z8041 SRE0940 – 1010UYU SWM 135

 

 

June 2017

Bolivian carrier Amaszonas has removed proposed Santa Cruz – Cuzco route

Bolivian carrier Amaszonas has removed proposed Santa Cruz – Cuzco route, previously scheduled from 23DEC17. Previously reported on Airlineroute on 31MAR17, the airline filed 3 weekly CRJ operation on this route.

 

July 2017

Bolivian carrier Amaszonas launched its Jet Class Miles loyalty program

Bolivian carrier Amaszonas launched its Jet Class Miles loyalty program so that customers can earn miles and then change them for tickets to their favourite destinations. With Jet Class Miles, in addition to free travel, passengers in the Gold and Platinum categories will have access to preferential boarding, special tag on their luggage, unlimited date changes without cost per ticket, unlimited route changes without cost per ticket, excess baggage Free (10 extra kilos), discounts of 20 to 30% in payment of extra kilos of luggage and reservations of seats. 

Despite the schedule removal, the airline never opened reservations for this route. Previously listed schedule as follow.

Z8510 VVI1200 – 1240CUZ CRJ 246
Z8511 CUZ1310 – 1550VVI CRJ 246

 

October 2016

Amaszonas del Uruguay commenced commercial operations

Amaszonas del Uruguay commenced commercial operations following the launch of double-daily flights from Montevideo to Buenos Aires Aeroparque on 5th October. Operations are on-board the carrier's sole aircraft, CRJ-200 CX-SDU, which is leased from Bolivian parent Amaszonas. Amaszonas del Uruguay was formed following the completion of Amaszonas' acquisition of the defunct BQB Líneas Aéreas (5Q, Punta del Este) in May this year. Other destinations that are expected to launch in the near future include Asuncion and Santiago de Chile Int'l. 

Amaszonas also owns Amaszonas Bolivia and Amaszonas Paraguay and operates services with Chile, Brazil and Peru. Amaszonas have expressed their intention to become the new alternative air connectivity between Argentina and Uruguay and anticipate that in the summer season can also be made direct flights from Buenos Aires to Punta del Este.

 

In 2015 the Bolivian airline closed buying the Uruguayan BQB Líneas Aéreas 5 days after the company shut down its operations due to a crisis that began in 2014. From 4 May, the airline takes over the routes operated by BQB before the closure of operations, which are Buenos Aires and Silvio Pettirossi International Airport.


 

Destinations

 

Buenos Aires

Salta

Cochabamba

La Paz

Oruro

Rurrenabaque

Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Sucre

Sucre

Tarija

Trinidad

Uyuni

Yacuiba

Campo Grande

Cuiaba

Florianópolis

Iquique

Asuncion

Ciudad del Este

Arequipa

Cusco

Montevideo

Punta del Este

 

 


 

 

blue suitcases luggage icon

  Amaszonas is a Bolivian Airline, legally known as Línea Aérea Amaszonas, with their headquarters located in La Paz, Bolivia. Amaszonas is a private airline founded in 1998 with the aim of becoming the best regional airline in South American for quality of service. For carry-on baggage, Amazonas allows baggage up to 5kg or 30 cm x 20 cm x 27 cm. Checked in baggage must not exceed 20kg for adult and 10kg for children from 2 to 12 years. 
     
blue flight info logo   Amaszonas' main hub is El Alto International Airport, which stands as the highest located international airport. Amaszonas flies to mostly Bolivian destinations including Rurrenabaque, La Paz, Uyuni, Sucre, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz and Lima and Cusco in Peru, Iquique in Chile, Asuncion and Ciudad del Este in Paraguay and Montevideo in Uruaguay. Amaszonas has interline agreements with Aerocon, Air Europa, Copa Airlines and Star Peru. In 2015, Amaszonas acquired the Uruaguayan BQB Lineas Aereas after the company had shut down its operations. Amaszonas' fleet comprises of Bombardier CRJ 200.

   


 

 

Route Map 

amaszonas route map

 

Popular Routes

 

La Paz dark grey plane icon  Buenos Aires

 

Sucre  dark grey plane icon  La Paz

 

Cusco  dark grey plane icon  La Paz

 

Uyuni  dark grey plane icon  Cochabamba

 

Tarija  dark grey plane icon  Sucre

 

La Paz  dark grey plane icon  Salta

 
 
dark grey plane icon

The Fleet

Bombardier CRJ-200 

aviones de amazonas

An Amaszonas Bombardier CRJ200

 

 


 

HUB Airport

El Alto International Airport 

 

El Alto International Airport is currently the international airport that stands higher from the ground. The airport is located four thousand kilometres over the level of the sea. It also stands as a hub for the Military Air Transport for Bolivia and Amaszonas Airline. Other airlines which fly to and from El Alto International Airport include American Airlines, Avianca, Boliviana de Aviacion, EcoJet, LAN Airlines, LAN Peru, Peruvian Airlines, Sky Airline and TAM Airlines. 

 

 

la paz bolivia airport