Colombia’s largest and most extensive aviation network, as well as one of the largest in Latin America, continues to expand.
Colombian carrier Avianca announced seven new routes and the reactivation of two more routes beginning in March, following the launch of 17 new routes in 2021.
Passengers will be able to fly nonstop from Colombia and Costa Rica to destinations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Ecuador as a result of this.
In terms of new domestic services, Avianca will begin flying between Medelln, Colombia and Riohacha, Colombia on March 29, and starting May 16, the Colombian carrier will begin flying between Bogotá and Ipiales, Colombia.
Starting March 27, Avianca will offer flights from Medelln to San José, Costa Rica, as well as Cartagena, Colombia, to San José and Cartagena, Colombia, to New York. The Colombian flag carrier will thereafter begin operations from Medelln to Orlando on March 29.
In terms of Avianca’s Central American activities, the airline will begin flying a route between San José and Quito, Ecuador, on March 28. Finally, Avianca said that service between Cartagena and Miami will resume on March 27, while service between Bogotá and London will resume on March 28.
The airline also stated that its Cali, Colombia to Orlando route, which was one of the most popular direct international flights when it first launched in 2021, will no longer be seasonal and will become a permanent component of its network.
“In 2021, we set out to inaugurate 50 new routes in the next 3 years and we are getting closer to achieve it,” Ana María Copete, Avianca’s Director of Sales, said in a statement. “We continue to provide more and better point-to-point and non-stop connectivity opportunities to our customers so that they can travel to their preferred destinations in America and Europe.”