Avianca adds two A320 to improve domestic operations


Bogota - On August 9, Colombian flag carrier Avianca added two Airbus A320 to its fleet to improve its operations within the country, which has been affected in recent weeks.

This decision is part of the seven measures adopted by the company as part of its "strategic plan" to improve the service quality.

The Company has adjusted its current itinerary to have two additional aircraft in the domestic operations, which will make it possible to react more agilely to the external situations,
Avianca said in a statement.

In recent months, the operations of Avianca have been impaired to such an extent that on August 2 the airline suspended ticket sales for two days for domestic flights, which left more than 4,000 passengers affected by the flight cancellations.



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