Avianca will land for the first time today at Toronto Pearson Airport in Canada, After departure of flight AV204 from El Dorado Airport in Bogota at 3:20 pm
With the launch of the Bogota-Toronto-Bogota route, one of 23 new international direct routes the company has launched, Avianca will connect nonstop with Colombia and Canada with six flights per week.
It will be operated in A320 family aircraft – specifically the A319, with a capacity of 120 passengers – for a total width of more than 700 seats. weekly. Read more in Infrastructure News.
We are optimistic about Canada’s growth in tourism, education and business. Our arrival at this destination and the 14 new routes we opened in 2021 show that we will continue to connect our travelers with the world with more point-to-point routes,” said Ana Maria Coppetti, Avianca Sales Director in Colombia.
With this version, Airlines users will be able to directly access more than 70 destinations on one of the strongest road networks in Latin America and the most complete in Colombia.
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“We congratulate Avianca on the opening of this new route. Shortening the distances between Bogota and Toronto will bring our two countries closer to our citizens. It will facilitate the exchange of tourists, businessmen, students, researchers, temporary workers and artists,” added Marianique Tremblay, Canadian Ambassador to Colombia.
. added The connection also means that larger quantities of goods will be transported, which is essential, as this year marks the 10th anniversary of the free trade agreement between the two countries.
With the opening of Bogota-Toronto as one of 11 new routes set to launch during the month of December, Avianca will add more than 100 weekly flights and more than 13,000 seats per week to its operations.
Thus, the company will offer a total of 116 domestic and international routes, about 3,400 flights per week and over 515,000 weekly seats.