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Avianca opens a new direct route between Guatemala and Washington - Prensa Libre

Avianca opens a new direct route between Guatemala and Washington – Prensa Libre

Avianca on Thursday, August 12th, presented a global interconnection plan for 23 new routes in several Latin American countries.

Among them, the new route was announced with direct flights between Guatemala and Washington, the capital of the United States.

At the moment, it has not been confirmed when this flight will start or what frequency it will be.

In addition, Avianca informed that it will soon resume flights from Guatemala to the cities of Miami and New York in the United States.

“We know how important this route is for travelers to and from Guatemala, so adding it to our network is an essential part of our commitment to service and connect with travelers,” noted David Aleman, Avianca’s general manager for Central and South America.

The company has 99 routes, more than 2,680 flights, and offers nearly 400,000 seats per week.

In terms of expansion, Manuel Ambrez, Avianca’s chief commercial officer, said the launch of 23 new routes through 2022 shows that we want to continue growing in a sustainable way and that we have a firm intent to continue to be the airline with the strongest network. in our area.”

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He added that given the demand for more destinations and frequencies, the company will continue to adapt the offer to provide aspects that customers value such as: competitive prices, customized products, best network and service reliability.

In 2021, the airline opened 6 direct routes: Medellin-Cancun, Medellin-Punta Cana, Miami-San Jose, San Salvador-Ontario, Cali-Orlando, Pereira-Santa Marta.

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In a prospectus, the company reported that after submitting the reorganization plan, as well as securing $1.6 billion in commitments to fund its exit from Chapter 11, the company is working to advance the internal reconfiguration of its aircraft to offer a larger offering. Number of seats per plane.