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Colombian Viva Air Continues Grab for Stronger Market Position

Colombian low-cost carrier Viva Air has already reactivated all of its pre-pandemic operations and is now working on adding new routes to various domestic and international destinations as a part of the recovery of the airline industry across both Colombia and all of South America. Last year, the Colombian low-cost carrier went almost six months without operating a passenger flight due to restrictions stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic, so a little more than 2 million passengers flew with Viva Air.…

Viva Air Launches Its New Image

On its ninth anniversary, the Colombian low-cost airline Viva Air announced on Tuesday, June 1, that it is transforming and changing its image, to be called simply "Viva." Viva started back in 2012 as “Viva Colombia,” then, in 2017, the carrier changed its name to “Viva Air,” in which it…

Viva Air Expects to Increase Its Operations by 40% During…

Viva Air, the Colombian low-cost airline, is moving swiftly through its recovery process. In March it managed to exceed the pre-pandemic levels by 30% and expects to reach 40% by Easter this year. The carrier’s CEO, Félix Antelo, stated to LaRepública, that Viva Air has already exceeded the pre-pandemic levels,…

Sky Airlines and Viva Air Start 2021 Announcing New Routes

Despite new Colombian requirements for travel during the pandemic, the Viva Air Group announced the recent reopening of its direct flight from Lima, Peru to Medellín, Colombia. The carrier announced that it will offer service on three weekly flights, scheduled every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and will be operated by…

Viva Air Peru Closes 2020 With 81% Growth

Viva Air Peru managed to maintain its market share at 11% and increase its punctuality rates by 87%. The carrier closed the year with operations on seven national and two international routes. Viva Air Peru closes the year with a load factor of 81% since the reactivation of its operations,…

Latin American Low-Cost Carriers Trust They Will Recover First

After being announced as the new CEO and Executive Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association CEO, José Ricardo Botelho, announced that airlines operating in the Latin American and Caribbean market transported 1.08 million passengers in April, 97% less compared to April 2019, the last time 1…