Avianca made this announcement:
After inaugurating 6 domestic and international routes this year: Medellín-Cancun, Medellín-Punta Cana, Miami-San Jose, San Salvador-Ontario, Cali-Orlando, and Pereira-Santa Marta, with excellent performance, Avianca continues expanding its network – one of the strongest in Latin America and Colombia – by launching 23 new international routes until 2022.
Countries with the greatest growth as a result of these new direct flights will be Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
- 13 new routes to continue connecting Colombians with the world.
The airline increases its direct flight offer considerably from various regions in the country – Cali, Medellin, Bucaramanga, among others – where airports and operations are more efficient and offer a consistent and timely service to passengers.
From Colombia, travelers will continue enjoying the robust itinerary offer and will now have 13 new direct routes from Cali to New York, Cancun, Mexico City, San José, and Quito; from Medellín to Aruba, Mexico City, Orlando, San Jose, Quito, and Guayaquil; from Bucaramanga to Miami, and also Bogotá will have a new direct flight to Toronto, Canada.
Despite this challenging situation, Avianca has the firm conviction of maintaining its competitive position in Bogota and working jointly with authorities and carriers to provide their customers with a quality service.
- From Ecuador, more direct flights to the United States and Colombia
Customers in Ecuador will enjoy direct flights from Quito to New York, Miami, Cali, and Medellin; as well as from Guayaquil to New York, Miami and Medellin.
- Costa Rica, pure life to easily travel to the United States, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Colombia.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Statue of Liberty, Mexico’s and Colombia’s gastronomical variety, will be a few hours away from Costa Rica thanks to Avianca’s direct flight from San Jose to Managua, Los Angeles, New York, Mexico City, Cali, and Medellin.
- Guatemala City will be only 4 hours away from the capital of the United States thanks to direct flights to Washington.
- Avianca will have resumed by the end of the year 91% of its direct routes in El Salvador. In addition to the El Salvador-Ontario route announced in July, Avianca will also have a direct flight to Orlando, the main tourist destination in the United States.
After presenting the Reorganization Plan, as well as ensuring US 1,600 million in commitments to finance its exit from Chapter 11, the company moves forward with reconfiguring its aircraft and will also offer a greater number of seats per plane, all new, and will strengthen its “Tailor-Made Travel” program for passengers to pay only for what they really need.
Avianca continues consolidating itself as the airline with more routes and available seats connecting Latin America directly, ever stronger and with more accessible prices for everyone to enjoy the 99 routes in the network, more than 2,680 weekly flights, and almost 400,000 seats per week available.
Top Copyright Photo: Avianca (Colombia) Airbus A320-214 N755AV (msn 7437) FLL (Andy Cripps). Image: 954691.
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