TAM is operated by the Bolivian military, and while it typically offers cheaper fares, it reportedly is not held to the same strict safety standards as commercial airlines. Airplanes also tend to be less comfortable…
EcoJet has daily flights to Cochabamba, Guayaremerín and Riberalta, and regular flights to La Paz (three weekly) and Santa Cruz (six weekly). There are also flights to Sucre via Santa Cruz (four weekly) and Tarija v…
EcoJet offers direct flights to Trinidad at least once daily with onward connections to Santa Cruz, La Paz and Cochabamba. EcoJet also has onward connections from Trinidad to Sucre (four times weekly) and Tarija (tw…
TAM flies to Trinidad at least twice a week with onward connections to Santa Cruz, but while its prices tend to be cheaper, services are much more erratic than other airlines.
Departing air travelers must pay B$11 for use of the Teniente Jorge Henrich Arauz airport, which is just outside the northwest corner of town (taxi/moto-taxi B$20/10).
For rides to outlying areas, phone Radio Taxi German Busch, or look for one on the plaza. Bank on around B$50 per hour for up to four people, including waiting time.
Has daily flights to La Paz (B$480 and up) but at the time of research only one plane – you're out of luck if that's 'in maintenance.'
Motorbikes are a great way to while the day away. Pick one up from Oscarito, who has an all-manual fleet in decent condition.
Amaszonas offers direct flights to Trinidad at least once daily with onward connections to Santa Cruz, La Paz and Cochabamba.
Daily flights to Trinidad with onward connections to Cochabamba, La Paz, Santa Cruz, Sucre and Tarija.