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Avianca announces suspension of 11 routes

Monday, March 25, 2019


As part of the restructuring to seek profitability, faced with a more complex environment for its operation, Avianca announced the suspension of 11 international routes from different cities in which it operates, both in Colombia, Central America and the United States.

According to the parent company, Avianca Holdings, in line with fleet changes and focus on routes with greater demand, starting May 1, 2019, the airline will stop operating on the Bogota – Boston, Bogotá – Chicago, Cartagena – Pereira, Cartagena-New York and, from June 1, will stop operating between Guatemala City and Tegucigalpa (Honduras), New York, Chicago and Orlando, and San Salvador (El Salvador) to Boston, Cali and Cartagena.

In addition, due to the sale of its entire Embraer 190 fleet, the airline will replace the routes previously operated with these aircraft with the Airbus A320neo, QCosta Rica reports.