20-year experience of total two-stage esophagoplasty with a flap made of a left half of the colon in 57 patients with burni strictures, the second stage was anastomosis between the transplant and the esophagus. Original cologastral are flux anastomosis created in the zone of air bubble (then zone of anastomosis was invaginated in fundus of stomach) was used. Long-term results were studied in 15-20 year follow-up. Excellent results were achieved in 68.2% cases, good--in 27.2%. It is demonstrated that are flux cologastral anastomosis provides good protection of the transplant from aggressive gastric contents.