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By: Paulo T.
Boliviana De Aviacion Boa Inc
Paul T. The flight from Miami to Santa Cruz was great, then we connected to CBBA and it all went well. Unfortunately on the way back it was not so good. I checked that everything was ok a day before my trip back to the U.S. and on the day I was to flight from Santa Cruz to Miami; at the airport counter they could not find my travel information. Once they did, they said that I only had a reservation but not a ticket to flight back. I had the print out and I told they that I had double checked the day before but that didn't help. finally after an hour of suspense, the rep went to check with someone else and came back saying that I was good to go. No apologies or nothing. Very stressful time.
By: Nicolas C.
Boliviana De Aviacion Boa Inc
Excellent service head to toe, I traveled with my wife and 3 kids to La Paz for vacation and I'm glad I choose BOA, food was excellent, and the flight was pleasant, the airplane was very clean and the crew was very attentive, I will recommend this airlines to anyone who want to travel to Bolivia or Argentina.
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By: Nicolas A.
Boliviana De Aviacion Boa Inc
Excellent service traveled from Miami to Santa Cruz and the flight was on time the attention was 5 stars couldn't ask for more. Good job !!
By: Rene C.
Boliviana De Aviacion Boa Inc
Amazing service, punctuality, and first class pilots. Departed from Madrid to La Paz and we enjoy the flight
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