With information from the EFE.
This Friday begins the operation of this flight, which lasts about 12 hours. About 50 weekly flights between Colombia and Europe are being completed.
Avianca begins on Friday to drive the direct route Bogotá-Munich. Thus, it becomes the only airline in Latin America to provide service at Franz Josef Strauss International Airport in Germany, as evidenced by the EFE Agency.
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This is a tour of almost 12 hours, the longest route operated by the Colombian airline. The opening is scheduled for tonight in the city of Bogotá, close to the time the flight leaves.
Add this operation, "now there are 110 destinations in 27 countries that the airline arrives," according to Avianca Holdings CEO Hernán Rincón.
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Flavia Santoro, President of Procolombia, commented that "Germany is a very important market for Colombia", so the government is sure that "Avianca's efforts to improve our accession will lead to more business and proximity between the two countries" as reported by EFE.
Avianca, which transported more than 2.5 million passengers in October, according to the latest report, thus completing nearly 50 weekly flights between Colombia and Europe.