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Nasca flight in Pisco

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Hello Foderites, We are planning to do a flight to see the Nasca lines from Pisco. We only have one day there, (cruise ship stop) and have quotes from two companies, Alasperuanas and also from Nasca Flights.
They both seem equal, same price more or less, same type of 12 seater aircraft, but the difference comes in the transfer cost.
With Nasca flights they want $80US for each person to be picked up at the cruise terminal to get to the airport. If you are in Pisco the transfer is free , and the cruise terminal is only 20 minutes away.

Alasperuanas charges $70 per car. They say they only charge the price because the terminal imposes that fee on any cars going there.

That is why there are very few taxis there, and why we can't just do our own thing when we get there.

The flight itself is already $280 each, but I think that $80 per person transfers is just taking advantage. Trouble is, we can't find any reviews on Alasperuanas. Well, one, but you can't just rely on just one review.
All the reviews seem to be about the lines themselves, not the companies that fly over them.

Anyone have any experience with either of these companies? I will also post this on the Peru forum too. Thanks very much.

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