Colombia Authorizes New Air Routes to Central America

The Civil Aviation Authority approved 17 new international air routes, many to Central America and the Caribbean.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

These include Avianca’s requests to fly to Tegucigalpa, San Salvador, Montreal, Frankfurt, Toronto, Guatemala, Madrid, and La Habana. Most of these will depart from Bogotá and make a stop in Panama with 2, 3 or 7 weekly frequencies respectively.

“Aires, an airline that is foraying into the international market, received authorization to fly from Bogotá to Cancún, Panama and Curazao, with 7, 14 and 2 weekly frequencies respectively”.

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New Flight from Panama to San Andres

May 2015

Starting from July 3 Avianca will fly three times a week from Tocumen airport to the island of San Andres, Colombia.

The airline announced that the frequency will start operating on July 3 Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with stops in San Jose, Costa Rica. reports that "... The Colombian company, merged with Taca Central, will use an ATR72 aircraft with capacity for 68 passengers. "

More Flights Between Mexico and El Salvador

April 2015

Starting from May 1 Aeromexico will operate a second daily frequency between the capital of El Salvador and Mexico City.

With this new frequency there will be 14 direct flights between the two countries per week operated by the airline. At the close of 2014 AeroMexico reported having transported about 44 thousand passengers on the San Salvador - Mexico City route.

Taca to Fly to Brasilia from Costa Rica

March 2012

The airline will have 4 flights per week from May, which will leave from the Juan Santamaria Airport in San Jose.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Costa Rica reported that starting from May, the airline TACA, a subsidiary of the holding company Avianca-TACA, will fly four times a week to Brasilia from Juan Santamaria International Airport.

New Flight Between San Jose and Bogota

June 2010

Starting June 2010, Aero República will fly six times a week between Bogota and San José, making a stop in Panama.

The route will be served with Embraer 190 airplanes and will feature executive class.

This is Aero República’s fifth international flight, and will help increase the flow of passengers between Costa Rica and Colombia.

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