Finally and with quite some delay due to technical problems, our B767 has safely landed in Frankfurt with 230 passengers on board. Now, they can start the final part of their journey, soon they will be home. Our three repatriation flights brought more than 700 people home to their beloved ones, despite the very challenging operating environment.
Latest updates on delayed arrival
The aircraft departed late due to a technical problem. The flight had consequently been rerouted to the Canary Islands for a refueling stop and crew change. The plane is scheduled for arrival in Frankfurt around 14:15.
For connecting flights, please contact your airline and request rebooking.
For arrival information, please follow the Frankfurt Airport Website.
Our team is on standby in Frankfurt to assist with luggage handling issues, specifically for those passengers who cannot leave transit.
We will provide updates in due course.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Check-in in Bogotá is almost completed, and in two hours our repatriation flight to Frankfurt will take off for the short hop to Panama City. There, a group of passengers will be picked up before the flight over the Atlantic.
Our next humanitarian repatriation flight from Bogota – Panama – Frankfurt will depart on 10 July.
Many thousands of Europeans are stuck in South America. The Covid-19 situation is getting extremely worse and health care is no longer guaranteed. There are very strict restrictions and many want to return. The airport in Bogota is closed at least until the end of August. Through our network, which we have built up over the years, we are able to obtain the necessary special permits for humanitarian repatriation flights.
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