Avianca Airlines Has A Brand New Look You'll Love

A restructure and investment gave Colombian airline Avianca a new image after more than a century. The epidemic and insolvency hit old Avianca Airlines hard.

There, Avianca was hopeful about its future. The second-largest Latin American airline restructured via bankruptcy and became a smaller, leaner, stronger airline that carried passengers into its second century.

After almost two years of restructuring, the airline dropped its capital "A" and adopted the lowercase "a" as a sign of a firm that became "the sky belongs to everyone."

Avianca is taking advantage of the chance to fly and plan for a successful 2023 and seamless travel in the next two years.

"The more than 180 days when our planes spent on the ground because of the COVID-19 pandemic are dark days," stated avianca CEO.

"But we also realized that a more open, closer, accessible, and inclusive Avianca was attainable and required at that time. The new Avianca arrived after almost two years."

JFK crosses Miami for the first time this year. Today, we operate 14 daily flights in Miami and 16 at JFK, ranking among the top three carriers at both airports. There will be 750 daily flights in 2023, up from 600 "CEO said.

CEO reported good North American results. From November 2022 to November 2023, they increased 56%, from 291,900 seats to 456,100. In the same year, flights rose 48% from 1,700 to 2,500.

In 2023, Boston to Bogota and El Salvador, JFK to Sucre, Ecuador and San Pedro Zula, Honduras, Orlando to El Salvador and Sucre, Las Vegas to El Salvador,

Oakland to El Salvador, and Chicago to Guatemala were added to the 244 frequencies on 34 routes to and from the U.S.

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