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...
From Avianca and Boliviana de Aviación announcing an interline agreement to the launch of a new carrier in the region and the Department of Justice imposing a multi-millionaire fine on GOL Linhas Aereas, this was a very busy week for the Latin American aviation...
On Monday, Avianca and Boliviana de Aviación announced a new interline agreement between both parties, allowing the passengers of these airlines to connect, by acquiring only one ticket, to and from seven cities in Bolivia and Avianca’s offer of 24 countries and 68...
On Monday, Viva and Avianca released a statement announcing they are seeking a quick merger authorization from the Colombian civil aviation authorities, looking to address the “complex financial situation” of the ultra-low-cost carrier founded in 2012. If approved,...
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