Avianca will resume flights from Colombia on several international routes. See the destinations!
Avianca said it would resume its international flight from Colombia on September 28 and the operational network will gradually grow. At the same time, it will apply strict protocols to protect passengers from COVID-19.
For starters, Avianca will link Bogota (BOG) and Medellin (MDE) de 16 cities in Brazil, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and the USA. The first flights from Medellin (MDE) to Miami (MIA) and New York (JFK) will debut on September 28.
Flights from Bogota (BOG) on 6 international routes will start on October 1. Another 10 routes are scheduled to begin on October 15. Some of the routes are subject to securing available slots, Avianca said in a statement.
Passengers will be required to report their health in an application before and for 14 days after the trip, an Avianca official said. Passengers entering Colombia will be required to take a negative COVID-19 test, performed a maximum of 96 hours before boarding.
Avianca will use 34 aircraft - a mix of Airbus A320 and Boeing 787 on international flights.