RICARIZA From United States of America, joined Apr 2005, 2402 posts, RR: 24 Posted (8 years 5 months 18 hours ago) and read 2449 times:
"Avianca Airlines of Colombia have announced an extension of their codeshare agreement with Delta Air Lines of the US. This will allow Avianca passengers to travel on five new routes under the codeshare agreement.
These are: Altlanta to New York (Newark), Miami to Atlanta, Miami to New York (La Guardia),Fort Lauderdale to Atlanta and Fort Lauderdale to New York ( JFK).
Delta Air Lines is the second largest airline in the world in terms of destinations served.
Fabio Villegas Ramirez, President of Avianca, commented that the new arrangements will benefit passengers in terms of single ticket travel, short connection times and better control of interlining baggage"
Summa767 From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2621 posts, RR: 6
Reply 1, posted (8 years 5 months 13 hours ago) and read 2396 times:
Just whilst on the subject of AV expansion of flights..
Avianca will increase flights to LIM to 11 weekly. As far as I understand, they will add two in the next few weeks, and increase to 4 additional flights by April.
According to Amadeus these flights will be operated by 767s, and the schedule is as follows:
Mon, Weds, Sat and Sun: BOG 1340 - 1435 LIM
Return: LIM 1535 - 2035 BOG
AV tried extra flights to LIM, with a stop in UIO, but that was withdrawn. It was partly blamed in an increase of UIO landing fees.
I trust that AV have done their homework and that they can make this flight work.
My question is, where are they pulling an a 767 out of, or is there another one joining the fleet, as has been expected?
Additionally, EZE is already 5 x weekly. It is only programmed so until the beginning of April. The bilateral only allows for 4 x weekly frequencies, so the fifth must have been given only temporarily, perhaps pending a review of the agreement.