Delta’s Bogota-Orlando Commercial Agreement Begins

Delta's Bogota-Orlando Commercial Agreement Begins
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James Field - Editor in Chief 3 Min Read
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Delta Air Lines, through a commercial agreement with LATAM Airlines Colombia, has begun its new route between Bogota and Orlando.

Utilizing an Airbus A320 aircraft for this route provides more monthly capacity out of South America, offering a capacity offering of 9,900 seats per month.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

The Launch of Bogota-Orlando Between Delta & LATAM…

Delta's Bogota-Orlando Commercial Agreement Begins
Photo Credit: Delta Air Lines


This new four-hour service between Bogota and Orlando means that LATAM Airlines Colombia now has nine international routes operated to Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Brazil, and the United States.

Below is the scheduling for the route:

Flight Departure Arrival Frequency 
LA 4406 Bogotá – 10:15 a.m.  Orlando – 3:25 p.m.  Daily  
LA 4407  Orlando – 4:57 p.m.  Bogotá – 8:10 p.m.  Daily  

Camilo Prieto, the Commercial Manager for LATAM Airlines Colombia, said the following on this route launch:

“The United States is one of the most relevant international destinations for Colombian passengers, and as such, this new service aligns with the strategy of delivering more direct connectivity for our customers, with security and an award-winning service in the region”.

Also adding to this was Gianmarco Mazzetti, the Sales Manager for Delta Air Lines in Colombia:

“This new service operated by LATAM will allow us to expand our international operation and offer the best connection between North and South America to passengers on business or leisure trips”.

All Part of the Joint Venture…

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This new joint venture between Delta Air Lines & LATAM began in October 2022 and has been able to increase capacity by 75% between the U.S. and South America.

Delta claims that this is the number one joint venture in terms of market share and offers benefits to customers and faster connections to more than 300 destinations across the respective route networks.

Under this agreement also, the following four new routes will be launched:

  • Sao Paulo (GRU)-Los Angeles: Starting Aug. 1 
  • Miami-Medellín: Starting Oct. 29 
  • New York (JFK)-Rio de Janeiro: Starting Dec. 16 
  • Cartagena-Atlanta: Resumes on Dec. 22 

Such an agreement has allowed services between Bogota and Orlando, and all eyes will be on both sides to see how the new route launches will go.

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