Avianca starts resuming key routes in the Americas and in the Colombian market
Flights return to destinations in the United States, the Caribbean and Central America that had been temporarily suspended by Covid-19
In line with the commitment to strengthen its network with routes that directly link the regions of the country without stopovers in Bogotá, from this March 28 Avianca customers will be able to fly on the new Cartagena-San Andrés-Cartagena route more easily, without having to make stops in Bogotá.
Travelers can find flights from 99,700 pesos and can buy them from their cell phone, on the website or at the points of sale of their choice.
“The launch of the route between Cartagena and San Andrés, in addition to the Pereira-Cartagena and Pereira-Santa Marta flights that we recently launched, shows our commitment to continue strengthening direct flights and facilitating the travel plans of our clients in the regions. . We will continue to adapt our product to today's customer, who is preferring to travel on domestic routes, on time and with a more simplified product, ”said Silvia Mosquera, Avianca's Executive Commercial Vice President.
Likewise, the airline will resume 10 national and international routes, which it had temporarily suspended due to the impacts of Covid-19.
Bogotá - Orlando: March 28
Bogotá - Guatemala: March 28
Barranquilla - Miami: March 29
Barranquilla - Cali: March 28
Medellín - Montería: March 28
Houston - San Salvador: March 28
San Salvador - Toronto: March 28 March
Guatemala - Los Angeles: April 2
Guatemala - San José: April 2
Mexico - San Salvador: April 7