Avianca Adds Seasonal Non-Stop Flights From U.S. to Central America

Avianca has launched three new seasonal non-stop travel routes designed to enhance travel between the United States and Central America. The new routes aim to promote increased accessibility and convenience for passengers traveling to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Gateway cities include New York, Oakland and Chicago.

With reservations now being accepted for flights beginning early- to mid-December, the new routes will be serviced by an Airbus A320 aircraft, offering a comfortable and spacious cabin with a seating capacity of 180, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable journey for passengers.

The upcoming schedule is as follows:

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The new routes will be serviced by an Airbus A320 aircraft (Avianca)

The announced routes are designed for seasonal operations and will be available during the peak travel seasons, aligning with travelers’ preferences and dynamic travel trends.

Currently, Avianca customers have over 144 routes to choose from, with more than 4,100 weekly flights, representing more than 730,000 weekly seats. Tickets are on sale at the airline’s website. Travelers can also make reservations via mobile app, physical points of sale and travel agencies.

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