Avianca announced the return of its direct flights between Bogotá and Havana after four years of suspension

Avianca announced the return of its direct flights between Bogotá and Havana after four years of suspension

HAVANA, May 3  The Colombian airline Avianca announced the return of its direct flights between Bogotá and Havana after four years of suspension.As detailed by the company, the flights will begin to operate from July 2, 2024.

On the other hand, the airline detailed that in total there will be six weekly frequencies that will fly on Airbus A320 family aircraft with capacity for 180 travelers.

Thus, Avianca will have an offer of more than 2,100 seats per week to “connect Cubans with 25 countries and 75 destinations that are part of the network.”

“We return with a renewed value proposition that allows our customers to choose how to fly and that is why we will continue working with the authorities in both countries to make this route take off and also be a success going forward,” said David Alemán, director of Avianca sales for Colombia and South America.

According to what is indicated by the company, tickets are available for sale on the website, the mobile application, physical points and travel agencies.

Alemán added that there are already more than 70 frequencies and about 10 routes that connect the airline’s users to and from the Caribbean, with a network of destinations that includes Aruba Curacao, Punta Cana, Santo Domingo, San Juan and now La Havana.

It is worth mentioning that Avianca flew between El Dorado International Airport and José Martí International Airport between 2012 and 2020.

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