Running scared: Like Speedy Gonzales, Aeromexico is still outrunning its competitors when it comes to maintaining its position as Mexico’s biggest airline. However, it increasingly needs the capacity of its regional subsidiary Aerolitoral (branded as Aeromexico Connect), to hold this position under growing pressure from LCCs InterJet and Volaris.
Bogotá El Dorado Airport handled 22.5 million passengers in 2012, which places it as Latin America’s #3 airport. Avianca dominates both domestically and internationally, but the growing airline might soon need even more space.
TAME adds daily services from Bogotá to Caracas as extension of its flight from Quito to Bogotá.
Avianca now flies the domestic Colombian route from Bogotá to Yopal in Casanare Department.
TAME launches daily flights from Quito in Ecuador to Bogotá in Colombia.
Aeromexico to operate three weekly flights between Cancun and Bogotá in Colombia. Competes with twice-weekly Copa flights.
VivaColombia starts domestic operation in Colombia with new routes from Medellin to Bogota and Cartagena.
jetBlue now serves Dallas/Fort Worth Airport from its base at Boston Logan Airport. The low-cost airline also connects Fort Lauderdale, Florida with Colombia’s capital Bogota.
Avianca inaugurates services to Havana from its Bogota hub
LAN Colombia becomes fifth LAN carrier to serve Miami.
The Colombian airline in AviancaTACA prepares for long-haul expansion with large widebody orders, but which of its markets is currently growing the fastest? How important is its domestic network? And what is the airline’s market share in Bogotá?