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Avianca Adds New Routes, Resumes Additional Flights

In order to offer its travelers more connectivity opportunities, Avianca announced the sale of five new routes that will begin to operate at the end of the year and the reactivation of seven more routes from September. After inaugurating seven domestic and international routes this year, five new routes will go on sale in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Guatemala that will begin operating in December 2021. In a press release, the Colombian carrier announced that the five routes that…

The Current State of the Aviation Industry in Central and…

Aviation in Latin America has been seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The three main airlines in the region: LATAM, Avianca and Aeroméxico, have declared bankruptcy and filed for the Chapter 11 process in the U.S. Latin American governments have not given enough help to the aviation industry. In this…

Uruguay Reopens Borders with the European Union

Uruguay's Minister of Tourism, Germán Cardoso, announced on Tuesday that Uruguay will reopen borders for tourism to European Union citizens. This decision was made after the resumption operations between Madrid and Montevideo in July have worked positively. According to Hosteltur, Uruguay's borders were opened to its citizens residing abroad, foreigners…

LATAM Group Requests Return of 65 Aircraft to Its Lessors…

This week saw the second court hearing take place regarding the debt restructuring process under the protection of Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Law filed by LATAM Airlines Group. Judge James L. Garrity, from the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York agreed to the 25…

Amaszonas Uruguay Outlines its E190 Operations

Two months after the delivery of its first Embraer 190, Amaszonas Uruguay, Uruguay's sole airline, outlined the initial network to be undertaken by its new aircraft, adding it to its distribution system. The airline, which currently owns two Bombardier CRJ-200s — one of which is stored — plans to basically…

Amaszonas Seeks to Grow in Bolivia, Expand in Regional Market

Bolivia has historically been one of the least developed aviation markets in South America. Having a low population density concentrated in a few major cities combined general poverty, it has previously been difficult to establish a recurring domestic customer base. This has begun to change, with extreme poverty in the…