Avianca Airlines suspends multiple international routes, including Curaçao

BOGOTA - The Colombian airline Avianca yesterday suspended multiple routes in response it says, to reduce demands and increased passenger restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The airline said in a statement that some flights may resume as soon as April.

Avianca indicated that the restrictions were necessitated by “the constant restrictions in different countries in terms of limitation of the entry of tourists, operational reductions, as well as mobility within cities, and the high uncertainty that passengers still have.”

Passengers are advised to visit the Avianca website and contact the air carrier to confirm individual details.

Suspended flights include those from Bogotá, Colombia to and from:

  • Washington, DC
  • Los Angeles
  • Orlando
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • London
  • Barcelona
  • Curaçao
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Asunción
  • La Paz, Bolivia
  • Santa Crúz, Bolivia
  • Guatemala City
  • Panamá City

Also suspended are the following flights:

  • Cali – Medellín – Madríd
  • Guatemala City – Tegucigalpa
  • Guatemala City – Los Angeles
  • Panamá City – San José, Costa Rica
  • San Salvador – Dallas
  • San Salvador – Houston
  • San Salvador – Miami
  • San Salvador – Toronto
  • San Salvador – México City
  • Quito – Galapagos Islands
  • Quito – El Coca
  • San Pedro Sula – Miami

Avianca says it hopes to resume flights in April to Curaçao, Orlando, Guatemala City, and Los Angeles from Bogotá, and San Salvador to Houston, Toronto and México City.

The airline is currently undergoing Chapter 11 Bankruptcy reorganization in US Federal Court.

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