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Avianca Cargo Attains IATA CEIV Fresh Certification

Avianca Cargo (QT) celebrated a longstanding commitment to the transport of perishable goods to Miami International Airport (MIA).

Avianca CEO Elected Chairman of ALTA’s Executive Committee

Buenos Aires, Argentina is host to the Annual General Meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA).

Avianca, Viva Air Accelerate Tie Up Application

Viva Air management has requested that the integration with Avianca (AV) be of the utmost importance to safeguard its survival.

Avianca, GOL Shareholders Create Abra Group

Find out what this a landmark agreement to form Abra Group means for Latin American air transportation.

Colombia’s Avianca to Merge with LCC Viva Air

Colombian flag carrier Avianca (AV) is to merge with Viva Air (FV), another of the country's most prominent commercial airlines.

Avianca’s Cartagena Route Returns to Miami International

Miami International Airport (MIA) held a ceremony yesterday to commemorate the re-launch of the daily Avianca (AV) Cartagena-Miami route. Present at the ribbon-cutting ceremony were officials from Miami-Dade County and the airline.

Avianca To Name Anko van der Werff As New CEO

MIAMI — Colombian flag carrier, Avianca, is set to name Anko van der Werff as its new CEO. Following last month’s sudden resignation of former CEO, Hernan Rincon, and the major shakeup that saw the airline’s major shareholder, German Efromocich

Avianca In Trouble: Board Shakeup, United Forces Control

MIAMI — The 99-year-old Latin American airline giant, Avianca, is facing one of the most challenging times in its history. German Efromovich, known to be the airline’s savior, has been removed from his position of Chairman of the Board of


Flying Colors: How Aircraft Liveries Define Airlines

Uncover the intricacies of designing aircraft liveries alongside Ryan Frost, the Executive Creative Director at Landor & Fitch.

Volaris Connects Chicago with Guatemala, El Salvador

Mexican LCC Volaris has launched its first route from Chicago to Central America, providing nonstop service to Guatemala City and continuing service to San Salvador.

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