Avianca will once again fly direct from San Pedro Sula to Miami

Avianca will once again fly direct from San Pedro Sula to Miami

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

From July, you will be able to travel live again with Avianca, the second largest airline in Latin America since then San Pedro Sula (Honduras) for Miami, United State.

Colombian Airlines Avianca It announced this Thursday that starting next month it will have three additional weekly flights on Bogota.Miami BogotaIt reaches 26,000 seats and more than 70 weekly frequencies on this track.

“Tourism between Colombia and the United States is active, and this country has always been attractive to our travelers and that is why we continue to respond to demand,” said Columbia Sales Director in Colombia. AviancaAnna Maria Copti.

As he said, “In addition to having an extensive network of direct contacts, we offer services such as free and discounted PCR testing with our SynLab partner laboratory in Colombia, depending on the test and ticket options selected by our customers.

With these new journeys, Avianca It offers more than 66,000 seats and 200 weekly flights from Columbia to the United States, reaching the cities of Miami, New York, Orlando, Washington, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

4th of last June Avianca He also announced the resumption of flights from Bogota to nine destinations in the United States, Brazil, Bolivia and Panama, as well as several routes to and from Central America that were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

As of this month, direct flights have been operated from Bogota to Washington, Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles (USA); San Juan de Puerto Rico, Panama City, La Paz and Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia), as well as from San Salvador to Panama City, and from Guatemala City to Tegucigalpa.

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Avianca The holding posted a net loss of $1,094 million in 2020 due to the paralysis that has plagued global passenger transport due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company reported at the end of March.

The Airline It had to file in May last year with Chapter 11 bankruptcy code for the United States and entered into judicial reorganization, thereby obtaining $1,200 million in new resources, as part of a larger funding commitment, for $2,000 million. EFE

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