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[Westjet + AeroMexico] Hot Deal - $283 CAD return - Westjet + AeroMexico - Toronto to Bogota OR MEDELLIN Colombia Up to summer 2021

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Hot Deal - $283 CAD return - Westjet + AeroMexico - Toronto to Bogota OR MEDELLIN Colombia Up to summer 2021

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Price:
$283 cad
Expiry:
October 31, 2020
Retailer:
Westjet + AeroMexico
Great deal on flights from Toronto to Colombia with a connection in Mexico.


Toronto to Bogota: ($283 CAD)

https://www.skyscanner.ca/transport/fli ... cretFlying


Toronto to Medellin: ($282 CAD)

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Last edited by IslandDeal on Oct 20th, 2020 11:29 am, edited 4 times in total.
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Attractive price but considering how Columbia downplayed Covid to the extend their President caught it.....my butt is staying at YUL.
Sucks I do want to travel but my urge to live supersedes it.

+1 to the OP for the effort

Edit, - BRAZIL not Columbia
Last edited by KravenHead on Oct 21st, 2020 9:41 am, edited 1 time in total.
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KravenHead wrote: Attractive price but considering how Columbia downplayed Covid to the extend their President caught it.....my butt is staying at YUL.
Sucks I do want to travel but my urge to live supersedes it.

+1 to the OP for the effort
Quite sure you're thinking of Brazil? Colombia's president didn't catch the virus, I don't think, and their reaction was (initially) better than many other countries. They did ease up too soon and paid the price.

All things equal, Mexico's response to the virus and Colombia's current number of cases don't sound too promising. Good prices though! +1
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Jan 27, 2014
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Is $300 actually hot considering:

- a connection that too in Mexico
- the current drop in demand

Honestly prices should be around $150.
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If you're HSBC Premier, there is actually a free lounge waiting for you in MEX. Not sure if it's open during COVID though... but it's one of a very limited number of HSBC Premier airport lounges with made-to-order food.
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KravenHead wrote: ...considering how Columbia downplayed Covid to the extend their President caught it.....
You could also being thinking of the USA. :p
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Aug 27, 2009
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ar2020 wrote: Is $300 actually hot considering:
- the current drop in demand
Airline pricing doesn't follow standard supply and demand curves.
If a plane is not full, the Average Selling Price is usually HIGHER than a full plane.
Youtube airline pricing.
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Jan 12, 2014
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KravenHead wrote: Attractive price but considering how Columbia downplayed Covid to the extend their President caught it.....my butt is staying at YUL.
Sucks I do want to travel but my urge to live supersedes it.

+1 to the OP for the effort
The country is Colombia and its president has never tested positive for COVID-19. You're obviously entitled to make your own decisions regarding travel, but don't spread blatantly false information.
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Nov 21, 2016
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too risky ro book any international trip, until the cov dust settled.
All as well
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You could at least spell the country youre advertising the trip to correctly. I dont understand why people have such a hard time properly spelling Colombia.

Btw, if you go to Colombia dont waste your time in Bogota. There are much better cities to go to, such as Cartagena, Barranquilla, Or Medellin.
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Oct 31, 2012
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Parrajara wrote: You could at least spell the country youre advertising the trip to correctly. I dont understand why people have such a hard time properly spelling Colombia.

Btw, if you go to Colombia dont waste your time in Bogota. There are much better cities to go to, such as Cartagena, Barranquilla, Or Medellin.
Love Medellin, Paisa are so friendly. Also +1 for Barranquilla.
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Colombia initially locked down hard and earlier than NA despite little cases. They even cancelled national (within colombia) flights until recently. If they lock down again you may have a hell of a time getting back here. Currently they operated one (1) direct flight to Canada out of Bogota at the end of September and one upcoming on the 22nd this month to Canada. That's it for recent flights to Canada atm. If you happened not to be in Bogota before they locked down, you were SOL as there were no flights to get you there. Maybe you could drive/bus to Bogota you may think (its a big country)? They had travel restrictions between states so that was not an option either unless you had a letter from consulate / embassy. Giving those interested in knowing whats possible there if you decide to go.
Last edited by I RFD on Oct 20th, 2020 11:27 am, edited 2 times in total.
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donttoewsmebro wrote: Love Medellin, Paisa are so friendly. Also +1 for Barranquilla.
Agreed. People are very friendly, and the influx of ignorance tourist following The Escobar series seems to have people quite upset. They’re such friendly people, and Medellin has some come a long way since.

I did however avoid Barranquilla, due to the apparent risks....but will try to check it out whenever the covid dust settles
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gujuman23 wrote: Agreed. People are very friendly, and the influx of ignorance tourist following The Escobar series seems to have people quite upset.
This pisses me off so much and its too true. Its a disgrace that people want to come and seek out something that caused so much destruction. When I went for the first time about a decade ago it was APPARANT that locals had obvious feelings in one direction. Its a shame tourists come and pay for that sh*t.

Edit: please book direct with the airline if possible.

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