Colombian airline Avianca is launching two major new routes to the Caribbean, the Caribbean Journal has learned.
Both routes will serve the increasingly popular destination of Cartagena on Colombia’s Caribbean coast.
This includes new daily nonstop flights from Miami to Cartagena, which are scheduled to start on March 27.
It also includes new daily non-stop flights from New York to Cartagena, with the service launching on March 28.
This is part of a larger plan for the airline to open 50 new non-stop routes over the next three years, the carrier said.
Last year, Avianca launched 17 new point-to-point routes on its network.
And that’s another major boost for Cartagena, home to one of the most charming historic cities in the wider Caribbean, as well as a popular beach destination.
This has led to strong hotel growth – the country’s current pipeline includes resorts from brands like Four Seasons, which is named after a new residential complex under development, and even Hyatt’s Apple Leisure group, which is taking over the old one. Conrad hotel with a brand new all-inclusive Dreams branded resort.
To find out more, visit Avianca.