Avianca starts operating six new routes and reactivates nine others
Avianca announced Thursday that starting today and during the first days of June it will begin operating six new routes and reactivate eight more in Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador and the United States.
The new routes and seasonal operations to be reactivated by Avianca in the Americas will be operated on A320s with capacity for up to 180 passengers.
The six new routes are: San Salvador-Boston, San Salvador-Cancun and Quito-New York starting June 1; Cali-San Andres from June 2; San Salvador-Orlando on June 11; Quito-Cancun on June 15.
The company also announced it will reactivate nine routes: Bucaramanga-Miami, Cali-Miami, Cartagena-Miami, Pereira-Miami, Santa Marta-Miami, Medellín-Orlando, Pereira-New York, Cali-Washington and San José-Washington.
“We continue to make progress in consolidating our Avianca for all with a route network that connects more and better to our customers in key markets such as El Salvador, Ecuador, Colombia and the United States, growing our point-to-point network and preserving the connectivity offered by our hubs. This, while delivering on our promise of value so that our customers fly safe, on time and arrive with their bags at their destination,” said David Aleman, Avianca’s Sales Director for Colombia and South America.
Avianca currently offers more than 130 routes, with more than 4,100 flights per week and more than 730,000 seats per week.
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