Looking to strengthen Avianca and accelerate the process of consolidating Abra Group (composed of Avianca and GOL Linhas Aéreas), the Colombian carrier has announced some management team changes this week, including the appointment of a new Deputy CEO. On September 5,...
On Saturday, Avianca formally announced it would not proceed with its merger plans with Viva Air, the ultra-low-cost carrier with branches in Colombia and Peru. This ended the history of Viva Air, which will officially cease operations after 11 years. But did Avianca...
Reuters reports that Colombia’s civil aviation authority formally approved a merger between Avianca and Viva Air. What do we know about the Colombian market? As always, here’s a model. Colombia’s traffic has recovered from the pandemic and is back to...
With the year almost ending, it would be an excellent time to begin looking at the biggest stories in the Latin American aviation industry. There are plenty. In 2022, we saw two companies leave Chapter 11 bankruptcy –Aeromexico and LATAM–, the announcement of a new...
On November 8, 2022, Colombia’s Aeronautical Authority concluded that the integration between Avianca, Viva Colombia, and Viva Peru poses risks to competition in the sector and consumer welfare. Therefore, it has rejected the airlines’ first attempt to merge. With...
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