With information from EFE.
This Friday starts this summer, which lasts about 12 hours. About 50 weekly flights between Colombia and Europe have been completed.
Avianca begins on Friday to operate a direct route to Bogota-Munich. It thus becomes the only airline in Latin America to provide services at the international airport Franz Josef Strauss in Germany, as pointed out by the EFE Agency.
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This, a tour of almost 12 hours, will be the longest route managed by a Colombian airline. Opening is scheduled for tonight in the city of Bogota, near the departure flight time.
Adding this operation, "there are now 110 destinations in the 27 countries in which the airline comes," said Avianca Holdings, executive director of Hernan Rincon.
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Flavia Santoro, President of Procolombia, commented that "Germany is a very important market for Colombia," so the government is confident that "Avian's efforts to improve our cohesion will result in better business and rapprochement between the two countries," according to EFE.
Avianca, which has transported more than 2.5 million passengers in total in October, according to the latest report, which ended nearly 50 weekly flights between Colombia and Europe.