Avianca Airlines Brings Back Popular US Summer Routes

An Avianca Airlines Airbus parked on the tarmac.
Photo Credit: Avianca Airlines

Great news for travelers looking to head south this summer! Avianca Airlines has announced the return of ten seasonal nonstop routes from the United States to some of Latin America’s most beloved destinations.

This expansion strengthens Avianca’s position as a leader in nonstop travel to Latin America.

US Summer Peak Season

U.S. travelers can now enjoy a wider range of convenient flight options to popular tourist hotspots in Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, and more. Most of these exciting routes will be operational by early June.

“We’re thrilled to bring back these seasonal routes in time for the summer peak season,” said Rolando Damas, Avianca’s U.S. country officer and sales director for North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.

“This commitment reflects our dedication to providing unparalleled convenience and ease of access for nonstop flights to Latin America’s most captivating destinations.”

Booking your adventure is a breeze! Tickets are available for purchase on Avianca’s website, through their call center, or at your preferred travel agency.

Gateway to the Americas and Europe

Avianca’s extensive network offers travelers access to over 75 destinations across 25 countries in the Americas and Europe.

The company is a powerhouse in the aviation industry, comprising Avianca (a Star Alliance member), LifeMiles (a leading loyalty program), and Avianca Cargo (a regional cargo leader).

Within passenger transportation, Avianca remains prominent as the leading airline in Colombia, Ecuador, and Central America.

An Avianca jet on the tarmac.
Photo Credit: Avianca Group

With a rich history dating back to 1919, they boast over 104 years of continuous operation. Their impressive network encompasses 147 routes, nearly 710 daily flights, and a modern fleet of Airbus 320 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

This interconnected web seamlessly connects over 75 destinations, making Avianca your one-stop shop for exploring the Americas and Europe.

Avianca as a Rising Force

In 2023 alone, Avianca successfully transported over 32.3 million passengers across more than 213,000 flights.

Avianca’s has demonstrated substantial operational improvement compared to pre-pandemic times.

The airline’s 2023 OTP is a remarkable 10% higher than 2019. It also comes in as 2% better than 2022, showcasing a clear upward trend.

An Avianca airlines Airbus A320 in special commemorative livery.
Photo Credit: Avianca Airlines

Throughout 2023, they consistently secured the top spot globally in May, June, August, and September, while remaining among the top five airlines from February to October.

LifeMiles, their loyalty program, is a Latin American giant with over 12.4 million members and partnerships with over 500 brands.

Like its passenger division, Avianca Cargo is also a force to be reckoned with in cargo transportation. It holds the title of regional leader and playing a pivotal role in various markets throughout the Americas.

Together with their affiliate airline, Aerounion, they serve over 50 destinations with a dedicated fleet of 9 cargo aircraft. Additionally, they leverage cargo space within their passenger aircraft to maximize efficiency.


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