Bolivia's regional airline Amaszonas plans to launch service to seven new international destinations.
New routes to Brazil include flights from Santa Cruz to Cuiaba on 22 May, Campo Grande on 30 May, Brasilia on 10 June and Rio Branco at a later date. The Brasilia, Campo Grande and Cuiaba routes will operate three-times weekly.
Amaszonas will add service from Santa Cruz to Buenos Aires and Salta in Argentina, and from La Paz to Quito, Ecuador, at a later date as well.
The predominantly domestic airline plans recently introduced service to the Paraguayan capital Asuncion and plans to add three Brazilian destinations over the next two months.
All of the routes will be operated by Amaszonas fleet of 50-seat Bombardier CRJ200 aircraft.
The carrier flies to Arequipa and Cuzco in Peru, and Asuncion in Paraguay.
Amaszonas also has a commercial agreement with Skyteam member Air Europa to offer local connections to Madrid via Santa Cruz.