Avianca to resume flights between Bogota and Chicago in October

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Avianca announced Tuesday that it will resume nonstop flights between Bogota (Colombia) and Chicago (USA) starting October 27, 2024, after being suspended in 2019.

The route will operate one daily flight on Airbus A320 aircraft with a capacity for 180 passengers and a capacity of more than 2,500 seats per week.


Flights will take off from Bogota at 07:00, arriving in Chicago at 13:15 (local time). From O’Hare Airport they will depart at 14:35, landing in the Colombian capital at 20:35 (local time).

“At Avianca, we continue to focus on providing our customers with more connectivity and access to new destinations around the world. After landing in Montreal and Paris this year, we now announce the entry into operation of the Bogota-Chicago route, with which we consolidate an interesting network that allows our travelers to connect with more than 10 destinations in the United States, and also facilitate the arrival of new visitors to Colombia and the Americas. Without a doubt, we are returning to Chicago with a renewed proposal that will allow more people to fly safely, on time and with their bags,” said David Alemán, Avianca’s Sales Director for Colombia and South America.

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Chicago will become Avianca’s 13th U.S. destination after Boston, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Washington, Houston, New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, Miami, Ontario and San Francisco.

Tickets are now on sale on the airline’s website.