Avianca resumed its international flights from Bogota.

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With the first flight from Bogotá to Guayaquil, Ecuador, Avianca begins its second phase of reactivation of international operations from the Colombian capital. Likewise, as of October 1st, new flights will be available to and from Quito, Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Miami and New York. Similarly, from October 15 the airline will travel from Bogota to additional destinations such as Cancun, Guatemala City, La Paz, Punta Cana, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, San Salvador, Santo Domingo and Washington.

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“For Avianca it is fundamental to continue reactivating the country’s economy, the operation and all those sectors of the chain that are leveraged by our services. Our priority will continue to be to connect Colombians and their industries to the world safely. We are confident that, as long as conditions allow, we will be able to enable more and more routes nationally and internationally,” said Julian Laverde, Vice President of Network Operations for Avianca.

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Balance of the first month of national operations

After a month of having reactivated the country’s air operation under the strictest biosecurity protocols, Avianca has transported more than 136,000 passengers on more than 1,330 flights.

Currently, the airline offers a network of 21 national destinations, so that it has managed to connect cities such as Bogotá, Cali, Barranquilla, Medellín, Cartagena, Santa Marta, San Andrés and from today begins the operation of flights to and from Bogotá to Armenia, Corozal, Barrancabermeja, Yopal, Florencia, Ibagué, Manizales, Neiva, Popayán, Riohacha and Villavicencio.

It is important to emphasize that the resumption of the operation will be gradual and at the same time the number of flights approved by the authorities is limited. Therefore, the availability of seats depends on the authorized capacity.