"With this new offer we will operate a total of 536 weekly flights, ratifying our commitment to connectivity and confidence in the country. From november our customers will fly with more itinerary options in the morning, noon or night to the most popular destinations and will continue to customize their trips according to their needs with punctuality and enjoying the benefits of LifeMiles, among others", said Alex Benítez, Avianca's Vice President for Central America and the andean Region.
Where will salvadorans be able to fly more?
Avianca will add 52 new weekly flights to the United States with special emphasis on Los Angeles, Washington, New York, San Francisco, Houston and Dallas; 44 weekly flights to Central America, mainly to Managua, San José, Guatemala City, Palmerola and San Pedro Sula. And, it will add 14 weekly flights to South America: Bogota, Quito and Guayaquil. In addition, by the end of the year the company plans to open a new route to Oakland as a new option for customers traveling to the state of California.
Previously, the airline started flights to Orlando, Cancun, Boston, Las Vegas, Madrid and reported that, after the respective authorizations, it will seek to extend the operations of seasonal flights to Orlando, Las Vegas and Madrid thanks to the occupancy factor that these routes have presented.
The company's investment in the country will generate around 200 new jobs, maintaining its commitment to the salvadoran labor market.
Translated by: A.M