Avianca made 9,287 flights during the year-end season.

Between December 1, 2020 and January 11, 2021, Avianca moved more than 929,000 in 9,287 flights on its network of domestic and international routes in Colombia, reflecting that air traffic is still active and that the priority of travelers are transfers within Colombia, which helps to revive tourism in the country.

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In the domestic market, they flew more than 747,000 passengers in 7,192 flights and in international routes about 182,000 travelers in 2,095 flights, under strict biosecurity protocols that the tourism sector has.

In addition, the company maintained a punctuality indicator of 95.41% and 98.95% in compliance with itineraries.

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“We continue to gradually reactivate our operation to continue connecting Colombians, who can be sure that we maintain and apply the strictest biosecurity protocols so that they can fly safely. In addition, we have strengthened our operational processes to offer our clients better service, which reflects the positive results in the indicators of punctuality in flight departures and route compliance, said Julian Laverde, Vice President of Network Operations of Avianca.

Despite the fact that the reactivation is gradually taking place in a positive manner, compared to last holiday season the airline transported 65% fewer passengers, when 2,666,097 clients travelled on national and international routes.

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