On 1 July, Avianca re-launched services between Bogota and Los Angeles, a route that has not operated since January 2011. Flights will be flown four times weekly using the Star Alliance member’s A330-200s. While the captain took charge of the ribbon cutting ceremony, passengers on the flight were welcomed with a buffet, and each given a photo momentum of themselves posing with the unique Avianca ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame’ star.
- Avianca re-launched services between Bogota (BOG) and Los Angeles (LAX) on 1 July, a route that the airline last operated back in January 2011. The 5,597-kilometre sector will operate four times weekly, and faces no direct competition according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. Flights will be flown using the Star Alliance member’s A330-200s. Passengers on the inaugural flight were given a memento to remember the occasion, with each receiving a photo of themselves posing next to Avianca’s very own ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame’ star. On 3 July, the carrier also introduced services on the 396-kilometre sector between San Jose (SJO) and San Andreas Island (ADZ). Flights will operate thrice-weekly on-board its ATR 72-600s, also facing no direct competition.