AVIANCA


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AVIANCAAerovías del Continente Americano (Airline, Colombia)
AVIANCAAerovias Nacionales de Colombia SA
AVIANCAAviación Nacional de Colombia (Colombian Airlines)
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LLC (Burnham Sterling), a financial advisory firm specializing in transportation assets, announced it acted as sole financial and placement advisor in a Japanese Operating Lease with Call Option (JOLCO) for Avianca, Latin America's second-largest airline, the company said.
The codeshare flights will be made available for sale across all sales channels on SIA and Avianca progressively, beginning September 2017.
En marzo de 2016 se anuncio la venta de MacAir, empresa de taxis aereos del Grupo Macri, a Avianca Holdings.
With this project, Avianca becomes the first airline in Latin America to make its aircraft available for the provision of GX Aviation, developed by Inmarsat to offer WiFi to passengers and cabin crew during flights.
These A320neo will be the base of the fleet renewal and network growth strategy for Avianca Brasil, and also marks over 1,000 Airbus aircraft sold in Latin America, with 600 in operation so far.
Under the agreement, Etihad Airways will put its EY code on domestic flights operated by Avianca Brasil, while Avianca Brasil will put its O6 code on Etihad Airways flights between Abu Dhabi and Sao Paulo.
Avianca owns the Colombian airline from which it takes its name as well as Tampa Cargo SA of Panama and Ecuador's AeroGal.
Etihad will code-share on Avianca flights from London and Madrid to Bogota while Avianca will code-share on Etihad flights to Abu Dhabi from London and Madrid, according to a statement from the airline.
The agreement, which includes A319neo, A320neo and A321neo aircraft, will allow Avianca to maintain A one of the youngest fleets in the region as the airline aims to replace airplanes currently operating from their Bogota, Lima and San Salvador hubs.
The flights will also facilitate transportation of goods to other markets around the world by linking the extensive global networks of both Etihad Airways and Avianca Cargo.
Nonetheless, this has not reduced the market importance of Avianca, which in the period between January and August 2013 accounted for 58.
Colombia's Avianca is set to join the Star Alliance at Heathrow's new Terminal 2 and will provide the UK with its first direct connection to Colombia for nine years.