Avianca will add 4 new international routes from Bogota’s El Dorado International Airport (BOG) to the United States, Brazil, and Honduras.
Avianca has been rapidly expanding its international routes in the past few months, and last week was no exception. The Colombian airline began offering tickets for three brand new services connecting between Cartagena and Medellín with Ecuador. This is especially important news considering that it significantly reduces flying time and cost for travelers wishing to explore more destinations in South America.
In addition to these new routes, Avianca launched seven additional new international services in December, including five to the U.S. By doing so, the airline has increased its route offerings by 20%, making it easier for travelers to reach a wide range of destinations around the globe.
The new international routes will be available for passengers in March 2023. These flights will link Colombia with three other countries: Brazil, the United States and Honduras. This news is likely to have a positive economic impact on all of the involved countries, as well as providing better access to travel and commerce.
In addition, these new routes will help to promote tourism and cultural exchange between the countries involved.
The new routes will include Manaus International Airport (MAO) in Brazil, Belo Horizonte International Airport (CNF) in Brazil, and Palmerola International Airport (XPL) in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. In addition, the airline will launch a new commercial service from Bogota to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) in the US.
These new routes are expected to increase Avianca's reach and boost travel between Colombia and other countries in South America, North America, and Central America.