Avianca will start flights between Quito and Cuenca in October.

Committed to boosting domestic connectivity as a way to strengthen tourism and reactivate the national economy, the Ministry of Transportation, the Ministry of Tourism and Avianca announced Thursday that the airline will begin flights on the Quito-Cuenca route starting October 4 with six weekly flights, which represents 7200 seats per month for passengers to fly between the capital and the southern part of the country.

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“We are very excited to connect Quito and Cuenca with a service offer where customers can customize their trip and pay only for what they need. We know that this is the right time to retake and potentiate the offer to attract tourism, but also to strengthen the connectivity offer from the austro to more than 90 destinations in America and Europe. Cuenca is a very important city for Avianca’s domestic flight network; today we offer a much more complete tourist circuit to passengers visiting Ecuador”, commented David Alemán, Avianca’s General Director for Central and South America. He recalled that the airline currently flies between Quito, Guayaquil, Manta, San Cristóbal and Baltra and will soon resume flights to El Coca.

Passengers can now purchase tickets for travel starting in October at Avianca’s points of sale, Avianca.com, MyAppAvianca and travel agencies.

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