Avianca started flights San José-Miami and San Salvador-Ontario routes.
This Thursday, Avianca began operations between San Jose, Costa Rica and Miami, as well as between San Salvador (El Salvador) and Ontario (California). The launch of these operations strengthens the company’s commercial offer, allowing passengers to have more options for direct travel.
See also: Avianca will offer more than 70 weekly frequencies to Miami.
The airline confirmed that operations between San José and Miami will have a daily frequency and will be carried out with Airbus A320 aircraft, which means more than 8,000 seats per month. The San Salvador-Ontario route will operate three weekly frequencies with Airbus A319 aircraft, offering more than 2,800 seats per month for passengers.
With the start of these operations, Avianca is moving forward with its network growth plan announced weeks ago, with which it expects to implement 50 new routes in three years.
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