Viva increases its offer by 64% by the end of the year, compared to 2019
The airline puts two million seats on sale until January 2022
In its promise to connect Colombians with more destinations, paying less, Viva offers two million available seats for sale for its network of national and international destinations from November to January 2022, presenting a growth of 64% in its offer for the end of the year season, compared to the same months of 2019, a non-Covid year. These figures confirm the acceptance of the Super Low Cost model in the country and the good results that the airline has obtained this year, being one of the few airlines in the world to register growth in 2021.
As a sign of its commitment to reactivating tourism in Colombia, Viva is currently the airline that offers the most international seats from its Medellín HUB, Connections Center, and by the end of 2021, it will increase the number of flights on routes outside the country as Medellín - Miami that will have 14 weekly frequencies, Medellín - Lima and Medellín - Mexico City with a daily flight; Medellín - Cancun with five weekly flights and Medellín - Orlando with three flights a week.
“At Viva, we project great results for the end of 2021, so we will put two million available seats on the market and we will grow our year-end seasonal operations by 64% compared to 2019, the pre-pandemic year. Thanks to the trust of millions of Colombians who believe in our Super Low Cost model and fly with us through Colombia and the region, paying less, we are one of the few airlines that registered growth in 2021 ”, said Juan Diego Zapata, director Grupo Viva commercial.
It should be noted that the leading Super Low Cost airline in Colombia is classified as 'the kings of the beaches', with 32 national routes with the highest growth and projection to beach destinations in the country such as: San Andrés, Cartagena, Barranquilla and Santa Martha; thus reactivating tourism and economic development in the country.
With the increase in frequencies in the end of the year season to national and international destinations, Viva hopes to continue promoting air inclusion in the country through its Super Low Cost model, and plans to close this 2021 with six million passengers mobilized , demonstrating that it is possible to fly more, through Colombia and the region, paying less.