Avianca adds connectivity in Latin America
The airline announced the sale of 5 new routes in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Guatemala that will begin operating in the end of the year season
In order to offer its travelers more connectivity opportunities with the world, Avianca announced the sale of 5 new routes that will begin to operate in the next season at the end of the year, and the reactivation of 7 more routes from September .
In Colombia, the company will continue to bet on the tourist and economic reactivation of the country and its regions with the inauguration of new direct international routes to and from alternative cities such as Cali, while maintaining its competitive position in Bogotá.
“One of the added values that our travelers have are the multiple options of routes and itineraries that allow them to connect directly, avoiding stopovers when they do not require them and at the time they need. The positive behavior of the routes that we have launched this year shows us that we are on the right path towards 2022. We continue listening to our travelers and betting on an increasingly robust route network with competitive prices, tailored products, and the service that has always characterized us ”, assured Ana María Copete, Director of Sales Colombia for Avianca.
After inaugurating 7 direct national and international routes this year with excellent performance, 5 new routes go on sale in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Guatemala that will begin operating in December 2021.
In Colombia: Cali - New York; in Costa Rica: San José - New York and San José - Los Angeles; in Ecuador: Guayaquil - New York; and in Guatemala: Guatemala City - Washington.
After successfully resuming the flights between Bogotá-Rio de Janeiro on September 1, as of this month another 7 operations will be progressively resumed in Colombia: Bogotá - Asunción and Bogotá - Montevideo; in El Salvador: San Salvador - Panama City; in Costa Rica: San José - Panama City; in Guatemala: Guatemala City - Miami and Guatemala City - New York; and in Ecuador: Quito-El Coca.