2 April 2012
This is an opportunity to cast a vote in support of Bolivian tourism and travel infrastructure:
For the fourth consecutive year, the Jorge Chavez international airport has been nominated for the The World Travel Awards as the leading airport in South America.
Jorge Chávez competes with the air terminals of Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil; Argentina, Buenos Aires and Santiago Chile, in Chile, reported that Lima Airport Partners (LAP), licensee of the Peruvian air terminal.
These awards are considered by the American newspaper The Wall Street Journal as the Oscar of the travel and tourism industry, for being the most complete and prestigious.
For 19 years, they vote to elect the best airports, airlines, destinations, hotels, resorts, cruises and agencies of tourism around the world, highlighting the quality of service offered to tourists and travelers around 217,000 professionals from 162 countries.
To vote for the airport Jorge Chavez, you only must enter into the www.worldtravelawards.com/vote, put an email address and choose a password.
Then you must choose the region South America and click on the category South American Leading Airport and vote for the domestic air terminal. Polls will be closed on August 24.