Avianca Cancels Direct Flight San Jose - Miami

The new airline route now includes a stopover in San Salvador.

Monday, January 13, 2014

Starting January 16th the airline will be rearranging its operations from San Jose, Costa Rica to Miami, Florida with flights from Monday to Sunday with stops in San Salvador, El Salvador.

From a press release by Avianca:

In order to optimize its global route network, ensuring connectivity for its passengers to various parts of the Americas and Europe and ensuring business sustainability, Avianca has taken the decision to suspend the operation of its direct route San Jose - Miami - San Jose, and offers two choices daily for passengers flying through the Connections Center in El Salvador.

"Avianca assessed the sustainability of the route in the medium and long term, however, the decision was based on profitability and the ability to provide our community with quality service, and various travel options through the Center for Connections in El Salvador," said Claudia Arenas, International Director of Communications and Corporate Affairs at Avianca.

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