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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).

BOA has six flights weekly (not Sunday) to La Paz, and daily flights to Santa Cruz and Cochabamba. 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 via Cochabamba (two weekly). Amaszonas connects Trinidad with Riberalta and Santa Cruz daily. TAM has an irregular schedule with occasional flights to Santa Cruz, Guayaremerín and Riberalta.

Bus & Van

The rambling, disorderly bus terminal is a 1km walk or B$20 taxi ride east of the center. Several flotas (long-distance buses) depart nightly between 6pm and 10pm for Santa Cruz (B$50, 10 to 12 hours); a bus cama (sleeper bus) costs B$80. A number of companies theoretically serve Rurrenabaque (B$130, 10 to 13 hours) daily via San Borja (B$80, six to eight hours), though from November to May these services can be temporarily suspended (or greatly enlarged).

There are also daily departures to Riberalta (B$200) and Guayaramerín (B$200) which can take either 12 or 24 hours depending on whether they pass through Puerto Siles (when it's dry) or Rurrenabaque (when it rains).

Across from the terminal, there are a few van and car services to nearby cities which only depart when they've sold all seats. Vans depart for San Borja (B$100, six to seven hours), Rurrenabaque (B$180, nine to 11 hours) and Santa Rosa (B$230, 13 to 15 hours). Vans run to San Ignacio de Moxos (B$60, three to four hours) when full from a separate parada at Pedro Ignacio Muiba and Jarajorechi.