Air Canada, Canada’s largest airline, announced that from December 2, the air route covering the route between Montreal and Bogota will resume, expanding the offer of international flights in Colombia after restrictions caused by the Covid-19 epidemic. .
The foreign airline stated that this important route would be restored with three weekly flights, while at the same time it announced that the route between Toronto, the financial center of Canada, and the capital of Colombia would be increased to four flights weekly from November 7, with operators Airbus A330-300.
“Flights to Bogota will allow customers to easily connect via Colombia and other destinations in South America Through its Star Alliance partner, Avianca”, the airline announced that it has increased its services in Latin America, particularly to destinations such as São Paulo (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Santiago de Chile (Chile).
For his part, Air Canada Vice President of Network Planning and Revenue Management, Mark Gallardo, noted that this increase in flights to major destinations in South America will contribute to the economic revitalization of the region by facilitating trade connections that will allow the region to have a greater Connection.
“We are very excited to serve some of the largest cities in South America, as we offer our customers more travel options from our main hubs. By resuming services from Montreal and adding capacity from Toronto, Air Canada is demonstrating its strong commitment to the Brazilian, Argentine, Colombian and Chilean markets.The official said.
For his part, Air Canada’s General Manager for Central America, Colombia and the Caribbean, Juan Manuel Calvo, emphasized that Bogotá is a strategic point for the company in the region, which is why they consider strengthening operations to show a commitment to the country.
“Our communication is normalizing quickly and This is how we continue our commitment to connecting Colombia to the world”, concluded the director of the company in the region.
The Colombian Ministry of Commerce announced last Thursday, October 7, that the country has completed 23 new routes in its international air connection that opened in 2021, with the arrival of Mexican airline Volaris that will cover the route between Cancun and Bogota.
The Mexican company, which is arriving for the first time in South America under a low-cost (low-cost) method, will operate seven weekly flights from Mexico City and Cancun to Bogota, expanding the offer of international flights in the United States. Country to one of the favorite destinations for Colombians.
“The arrival of this airline in the country, as well as the opening of two Spirit flights, departing from Miami and arriving in Bogota and Medellin, allows us to promote a very good job from the government, considering that in 2019, So far the most important year of Colombian tourism, a total of 17 new international itineraries have been opened”, noted the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Ricardo Galindo.