Costa Rica-Venezuela Avianca Flights Temporarily Suspended

The airline announced that as of April 7 it will not fly between the cities of San Jose and Caracas.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Avianca announced that from April 7 it will temporarily stop making flights from San Jose to Caracas and vice versa. The decision was taken in order to make adjustments to the capacity of traffic volumes on this route.

Claudia Arenas, Avianca's communications director said, "passengers interested in connecting to and from the capital of Venezuela have the option of arriving or departing from Caracas through the hub of Avianca in Bogota, Colombia."

"Also, in order to meet the demand in such flights, Avianca is managing a capacity increase at the San Jose-Panama-San Jose route, currently operated by LACSA".

"For this, we will implement an additional six flight frequencies per week on the route from May 7."

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Avianca Cancels Direct Flights from San Jose

February 2014

Flights from San Jose to New York, Los Angeles, Havana, Quito and Guayaquil will now stop in El Salvador or Colombia.

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Avianca Cancels Direct Flight San Jose - Miami

January 2014

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

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:

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