This week, Colombia’s civil aviation authority (Aerocivil) announced the approval of JetSMART’s filing to open a new domestic carrier in the country. The new airline, JetSMART Colombia, now has three months to begin the process of obtaining its Air Operator...
On Friday morning, the shareholders of Avianca and Viva Colombia approved the acquisition of the ultra-low-cost carrier by Avianca. The approval will shake up the Colombian market; both carriers hold 50% of the domestic and international share. Avianca and Viva...
The Colombian carriers Avianca and Viva are increasing the connectivity between Colombia and Mexico by announcing new routes. In the last few months, the aviation market between both countries has become very interesting to watch. Avianca and Viva increase...
The Colombian Civil Aviation authorities have given authorization to Bogota’s International Airport to augment the number of flights per hour it can have. Colombia’s El Dorado to increase its capacity, going from 47 operations every sixty minutes to 65. Nevertheless,...
So far, Mexico and Colombia drive the Latin American airline industry recovery, according to stats provided by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). These two countries remain the only ones fully open across the subcontinent. Looking at Mexico and...
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