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Old November 23rd, 2009, 04:48 AM   #101
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i dont like the A350`s render
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Old November 23rd, 2009, 04:52 AM   #102
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avianca has had all boeing models exclouding 777 do you know why ?
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Old December 5th, 2009, 05:50 PM   #103
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Avianca turns 90

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Old December 6th, 2009, 09:26 AM   #104
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Congratulations for Avianca's 90th anniversary.

It will be an excellent latin american air carrier with Taca.

I like very much the red livery. It's awesome.

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Old April 8th, 2010, 07:07 AM   #105
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Old April 9th, 2010, 01:52 AM   #106
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Avianca hast applied for 2 weekly flights Rionegro - Madrid, and 3 weekly flights Bogota - Frankfurt, all using A330-200s. Subject to governmental approval.
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Old April 13th, 2010, 06:17 PM   #107
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[COLOR="SandyBrown"]Avianca opens new Medellin-Madrid flight route/COLOR]

Colombian airline Avianca announced that it will open up a new connection between the central Colombian city of Medellin and Spain's capital Madrid, as well as increasing flights between Bogota and the Cordoba and Santander departments.

The new direct route between Medellin and Madrid will run twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays from Colombia to Spain, and Thursdays and Sundays for the return trip.

The new service means that Avianca will now run 19 direct flights between Colombia and Europe each week.

In an attempt to promote domestic tourism in Colombia, Avianca will also open up ten flights every weekday from Bogota to Bucaramanga, capital of the Santander department, and nine flights on both Saturday and Sunday.

This will mean a total availability of 15,312 seats each week for passengers wishing to travel between the two cities.

Avianca will also increase the number of flights going from Bogota to the Cordoba capital, Monteria, with a total of three flights each way per day.
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Old April 26th, 2010, 07:36 AM   #108
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OceanAir [www.oceanair.com.br] agora é Avianca [www.avianca.com.br]

OceanAir [www.oceanair.com.br] is now Avianca [www.avianca.com.br]

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Old June 26th, 2010, 12:12 AM   #109
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Seems as if Avianca will definitely return to central Europe. They requested (and even got) daily slots in FRA for the winter schedule. According to FRA's waiting list they intend to use A330 on nonstop BOG-FRA flights.

By this, one can also guess which alliance (StarAlliance vs SkyTeam) they might choose
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Old July 6th, 2010, 06:49 AM   #110
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i think that avianca´s choise would be StarAlliance
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Old October 31st, 2010, 09:56 PM   #111
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Avianca Wins Second Place at the 2010 Passenger Choice Awards.
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Old November 4th, 2010, 03:42 AM   #112
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Lufthansa codeshare brings Avianca closer to Star Alliance

Lufthansa codeshare brings Avianca closer to Star Alliance
DATE:03/11/10 | SOURCE:Air Transport Intelligence news | By David Kaminski-Morrow


German carrier Lufthansa is entering a tight codeshare agreement with Colombian operator Avianca, strengthening Star Alliance's presence in the South American market.

The codeshare follows Lufthansa's decision to launch services to the Colombian capital Bogota. It also follows talks between Star Alliance and the Avianca-TACA group.

Lufthansa states that the codeshare will "significantly improve" access to the Colombian domestic network.

It will enable the carrier to provide beyond-Bogota connections to six new destinations: Barranquilla, Bucaramanga, Cali, Cartagena, Medellin and Pereira. Avianca operates these routes with Airbus A320-family and Boeing 757 aircraft.

"South America is very much in focus in plans to expand our flight services," says Lufthansa airlines group chief Stefan Lauer.

Avianca passengers will also gain access to Lufthansa's five-times weekly connection between Bogota and Frankfurt. The Colombian carrier also connects to Europe through services to the Spanish cities of Madrid and Barcelona.

Subject to the carriers' securing traffic rights, the codeshare is to be extended in a second phase to international South American routes served by Avianca.

This second phase will also provide access to European routes from Madrid and Barcelona served by Lufthansa.

Avianca will also obtain benefits from Lufthansa's frequent-flyer programme on codeshare routes from the second half of next year.
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Old November 4th, 2010, 06:00 AM   #113
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Star Alliance no!

Y que pasará con Avianca Brasil vs. TAM Airlines ?

SkyTeam necesita más miembros latinos. Avianca-TACA es una excelente alternativa + la fórmula con Aeroméxico y Aerolíneas Argentinas...

Dura competencia para LAN y TAM sería
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Old November 5th, 2010, 12:32 AM   #114
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English please. This is an International Forum
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Old November 5th, 2010, 12:15 PM   #115
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Old November 13th, 2010, 04:42 AM   #116
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Avianca to drop Delta codeshare

Avianca to drop Delta codeshare
DATE:12/11/10 | SOURCE:Air Transport Intelligence news


Avianca is preparing to replace Delta Air Lines with United Airlines as its US codeshare partner as the Colombian carrier prepares to enter Star Alliance in 2012.

Avianca-TACA chief executive Fabio Villegas says Avianca has begun discussing with SkyTeam member Delta a timeframe for terminating its long-time partnership, which began back in 2003 when Avianca was part of Summa. He says Delta is aware of Star's acceptance of Avianca, which was announced earlier this week and is contingent on Avianca terminating its bilateral relationship with Delta.

"We are discussing that. We have some contractual obligations with Delta," Villegas told ATI and Flightglobal at a Star Alliance event in Miami earlier this week in which Avianca-TACA was announced as a new member.

"We'll see if we can develop codeshares with other airlines in Star, in particular United/Continental. Our relationship with Delta has been a very good one, a productive one and we appreciate very much what has been done in the past independently of the decision we took to join Star Alliance."

Villegas says during its application process with Star, Avianca-TACA already began discussing with United a potential codeshare on the Avianca side. TACA already codeshares with United, which earlier this year completed its merger with Continental, and Villegas says it is now just an issue of expanding that relationship to include Avianca-operated flights.

He says while it will take 18 months for Avianca-TACA to formally join Star in the interim period new bilateral partnerships with Star members such as United can be forged and implemented. In addition to its existing codeshare with United, TACA also already codeshares with Star members US Airways and Lufthansa. Earlier this month Avianca forged its own codeshare deal with Lufthansa, which becomes the first Star member codeshare partner on the Avianca code.

Avianca and TACA currently have separate codes and as a result each carrier is now required to forge their own bilaterals. But Villegas says as part of ongoing integration efforts, Avianca-TACA plan to eventually move to one code across all its airline subsidiaries. As a result all codeshares that are currently in place with only one of the carriers will be extended to flights operated by the other.

"We are moving to single codeshares and we are moving to single code in Avianca-TACA itself. I hope it won't take too long. There are some technical issues there but it's more a regulatory situation," Villegas says.

He adds regulatory issues will continue to prevent Avianca-TACA from going to a single air operators certificate (AOC) even as it moves to a single code and a single brand. The group expects to retain four to five AOCs.

Avianca also has a codeshare with Oneworld member Iberia but Villegas says this will be maintained as Star has granted Avianca-TACA an exemption from its normal policy blocking its members from codesharing with members from other alliances. Typically exemptions are provided when there are no Star alternatives. While Spanair is a Star member Spanair does not have a long-haul operation and there is no Star carrier operating in the key Spain-Colombia market.

Copa chief executive Pedro Heilbron says Copa also has received a similar exemption from Star to continue its codeshare with KLM. Currently no European Star member serves Panama.

Avianca-TACA officials say the airline group is also considering forging a codeshare with SkyTeam member Aeromexico to replace Avianca's previous codeshare with Oneworld member Mexicana, which ceased operations in August. Avianca would need to secure an exemption from Star to codeshare with Aeromexico but such an exemption is feasible because Star currently does not have a Mexican member.

Aeromexico CEO Andres Conesa told ATI in June that he expected to sign a codeshare with Avianca-TACA. But at the time Aeromexico was leading a SkyTeam initiative to woo Avianca-TACA as a new member. Avianca-TACA subsequently decided to pursue membership in Star instead of SkyTeam.

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Old November 18th, 2010, 04:15 AM   #117
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now avianca is member of star alliance .
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Old September 28th, 2011, 01:14 AM   #118
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Avianca comprará cuatro aviones de carga Airbus A330

Bogotá. La aerolínea fortalecerá la operación de Tampa Cargo con cuatro aeronaves A330F, sumándose a los equipos de pasajeros del tipo A330-200 y A320 que están asignados al servicio de los viajeros en rutas nacionales e internacionales.

Según la compañía, este modelo de aviones cargueros reconocido por su alta eficiencia y versatilidad, se constituye en herramienta clave para apalancar la estrategia en el transporte de carga de las aerolíneas integradas.

Con capacidad de hasta 70 toneladas de carga y un alcance de hasta 400 millas náuticas, estas aeronaves serán incorporadas a la operación a partir de diciembre de 2012 y reemplazarán aviones de la actual flota de Tampa-Cargo.

Fabio Villegas Ramírez, presidente Ejecutivo de AviancaTaca Holding S.A. dijo que “como operadores de aeronaves A330 en la línea de pasajeros, conocemos los beneficios que este modelo ofrece en materia de eficiencia, rendimiento, optimización del combustible y desempeño ambiental. Estamos, por tanto, orgullosos de que Tampa, nuestra línea aérea de carga, sea la primera en elegir este equipo en América Latina.

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Old January 26th, 2012, 07:54 PM   #119
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AviancaTaca firms up order for 51 eco-efficient A320 aircraft

AviancaTaca, which includes subsidiary AeroGal of Ecuador, has signed a purchase agreement for 33 eco-efficient A320neo and 18 A320 Family aircraft. The order, which is the largest from a single airline in the region in terms of number of aircraft, follows a MOU signed during the Le Bourget Air Show in Paris in June 2011.

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http://www.airbus.com/newsevents/new...a320-aircraft/
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