Avianca resumes flights to Rio de Janeiro

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On Thursday, September 2 at 06:47 local time, the first Avianca flight from Bogota arrived in Rio de Janeiro. The airline had suspended operations to Galeão airport since January 2021, as a consequence of COVID-19 and restrictions.

As previously reported, the company will have three flights per week between the cities of Colombia and Brazil. The operations will be carried out on Airbus A319-100 and Airbus A320-200, configured with 120 and 153 seats respectively.

With the return of Avianca, Bogota and Rio de Janeiro are once again connected non-stop. Until the beginning of this year, the airline was the only one to operate this route.

Schedule between Bogota and Rio de Janeiro

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Flight From ETD To ETA
AV 261 Bogota (BOG) 10:35 pm Rio de Janeiro (GIG) 7:05 am +1
AV 260 Rio de Janeiro (GIG) 8:15 am Bogota (BOG) 12:30 pm
Flight Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
AV 261 × × ×
AV 260 × × ×
Routes between Bogota and Brazil – Avianca

Routes between Bogota and Brazil – Avianca (Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo has a daily frequency to and from Bogota, offering more than 1,000 seats per week on each leg.

  • Bogota (BOG) – Rio de Janeiro (GIG) – Bogota (BOG): Airbus A319 and Airbus A320
  • Bogota (BOG) – Sao Paulo (GRU) – Bogota (BOG): Airbus A320

See also: Aerolineas Argentinas inaugurates flights between Neuquen and Salta.

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