Viva requests authorization to operate 10 new international and 17 domestic routes

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Viva continues with its aggressive expansion plan. On April 20, the airline requested authorization from the Colombian Civil Aeronautics Authority to operate 10 new international and 17 domestic routes, according to the agency.

Among the international routes requested are:

Mexico: Bogotá-Guadalajara-Bogotá; Bogotá-Monterrey-Bogotá.
Brazil: Cali-Sao Paulo-Cali; Cali-Rio de Janeiro-Cali; Cartagena-Rio de Janeiro-Cartagena; Cartagena-Sao Paulo-Cartagena; Medellín-Belo Horizonte-Medellín.
Dominican Republic: Medellín-Santo Domingo-Medellín.
Aruba: Medellin-Aruba-Medellin.
Costa Rica: Cali-San José-Cali.

Viva will be first airline to operate direct flights between Medellín and Buenos Aires.

The new routes requested to operate within Colombia are:

Santa Marta-Armenia-Santa Marta; Barranquilla-Cúcuta-Barranquilla; Barranquilla-Pereira-Barranquilla; Bogotá-Popayán-Bogotá; Bogotá-Quibdó-Bogotá; Cali-Cúcuta-Cali; Cali-Leticia-Cali; Cali-Valledupar-Cali; Cartagena-Ibagué-Cartagena; Cartagena-Popayán-Cartagena; Medellín-Ibagué-Medellín; Medellín-Popayán-Medellín; Medellín-Quibdó-Medellín; Pereira-Montería-Medellín; Santa Marta-Pasto-Santa Marta; Santa Marta-Neiva-Santa Marta; Santa Marta-Villavicencio-Santa Marta.

All these routes will be operated with Airbus A320ceo and A320neo aircraft.