Avianca Suspends Flight Routes

Due to the constant restrictions in different countries regarding the limitation of entry of tourists, as well as mobility within the cities, and the high uncertainty that passengers still have, the airline decided to suspend some routes in Central America.

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

The airline will temporarily suspend some international routes, which will be resumed according to the evolution of the pandemic, in some cases during the first quarter of the year, in other cases during the second semester, informed the Colombian airline on March 1.

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The suspension affects flights from Guatemala City to Tegucigalpa, Bogota and Los Angeles (USA), and from Panama City to San Jose de Costa Rica and Bogota, as well as routes departing from San Salvador to Dallas, Houston and Miami (USA), to Toronto (Canada), and to Mexico City, says the official statement.

Flights from Quito to Galapagos and El Coca (Ecuador), and between San Pedro Sula (Honduras) and Miami (USA) were also suspended, according to the document.

At the same time, the company decided to reactivate some flights. Avianca stated that "... among the flights that will be resumed in April are, in addition to those from Bogota to Curacao and Orlando, those from Guatemala City to the Colombian capital and Los Angeles, and those from San Salvador to Houston, Toronto and Mexico City, said the company".

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