Avianca and ITA Airways announce codeshare agreement

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Avianca and ITA Airways announced Thursday the launch of a codeshare agreement that will allow customers to travel between Bogota, Cali, Medellin and Rome or vice versa, connecting through London or Miami, with a single ticket, on flights marketed and operated jointly by the two airlines. This codeshare will begin on October 31.

Avianca customers will be able to connect roundtrip between Bogota and Rome, one of Europe’s most popular destinations, via London, while Avianca customers will be able to travel between Bogota, Cali, Medellin and Rome connecting in Miami.

Avianca analyzes flying to Venezuela from various points in Latin America.

Likewise, through Avianca they will be able to enjoy one of the largest networks in the region with 125 routes connecting 24 countries in Europe and Latin America.

“At Avianca we continue to promote international connectivity, offering our customers multiple travel options to fly to the world’s main destinations in a simple and efficient way. With this agreement, we expect to transport together with ITA Airways close to 1,000 additional passengers between Colombia and Rome, boosting tourism and business between both countries,” said Julio Ordóñez, Avianca’s Director of Alliances.

“We are very proud to have partnered with Avianca. This partnership allows us to bring our passengers to Colombia thanks to flights connecting to Bogota, as well as to bring Avianca passengers to Italy and Europe with our convenient flights connecting to Rome Fiumicino,” said Andrea Benassi, Head of Network, Fleet and Alliances at ITA Airways.

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