Flights to and from Brasil
Avianca Brasil is a Brasilian airline which operates passengers services within Brazil and South America.
Avianca Brasil flies to many destinations including: Alta Foresta, Aracaju, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Campo Grande, Chapeco, Cuiaba, Curitiba, Florianopolis, Fortaleza, Goiania, Illheus, Ji-Parana, Joao Pessoa, Maceio, Natal, Passo Fundo, Petrolina, Porto Alegre, Porto Velho, Bogota and Mexico City.
The airline's legal name of the airline remains OceanAir, however it has been rebranded as Avianca since it is owned by Synergy Group, which owns Avianca Holdings.
Avianca Brasil's main bases are Brasilia and Sao Paulo-Guaraulhos Airports.
Avianca Brasil operates passenger services from 25 destinations.
Frequent Flyer Program
Avianca Brasil has a frequent flyer program called Programa Amigo to reward regular passengers with Avianca Brasil.
14th September 2017
Avianca Brasil files preliminary New York schedule from Dec 2017
Avianca Brasil recently filed proposed operational schedule for Sao Paulo Guarulhos – New York JFK route. Operational schedule is also filed in the GDS, only appearing in the FLIFO section (Flight Information). Proposed schedule shows the airline operates daily flight, from 15DEC17.
A330-200 aircraft would be operating this route, with following schedule.
O68500 GRU2345 – 0645+1JFK 332 D
O68501 JFK2330 – 1230+1GRU 332 D
Reservation is not available at present time. The airline intends to operate at New York JFK Terminal 4.
28th June 2017
MIA celebrates launch of São Paulo service by Avianca Brasil
Avianca Brasil gathered at Miami International Airport to celebrate the launch of the airline's daily Miami-São Paulo service, marking Avianca Brasil's first passenger route to a U.S. destination and only its second outside of South America.
"I commend the MIA team for continually attracting new international air service to our community," said Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez. "It is especially encouraging to see increased service from our top international market of Brazil, which had a downturn in travel last year."
The June 26 celebration included a ceremonial ribbon-cutting, commemorative cake and refreshments with passengers, and a water-cannon salute from Miami-Dade Fire Rescue before Avianca Brasil's Monday departure to São Paulo.
Avianca Brasil's first Miami-bound flight left Sao Paulo (GRU) on Friday, June 23, at 11:55 p.m. and landed at MIA at 7:25 a.m. on Saturday, June 24. The new daily nonstop passenger flights are serviced by Airbus A330-200 aircraft that seat 238 passengers.
Avianca Brasil is the eighth international passenger airline to schedule a service launch into the Miami market this year. Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris began four weekly flights to Guadalajara and daily service to Mexico City on February 1; Canadian airline First Air began charter passenger flights on February 4 from Ontario; low-cost transatlantic airline WOW air launched thrice-weekly service to Reykjavík, Iceland on April 5; BVI Airways is scheduled to launch first-ever nonstop service between Tortola, British Virgin Islands and MIA on July 22;
Aer Lingus will launch three weekly flights to Dublin, Ireland on September 1; SAS will begin weekly service to Stockholm, Sweden on October 29; and EL AL Israel Airlines will begin three weekly flights from Tel Aviv on November 1. MIA currently serves 106 airlines, which is the most of any U.S. airport.
Avianca Brasil announced the launch of Miami - Sao Paulo service. Oceanair Linhas Aereas S.A. (Avianca Brasil) has announced that it will launch daily passenger service between Miami International Airport and Sao Paulo on June 23, 2017. The flights will be served by Airbus A330-200 aircraft that seat 238 passengers. Miami will be the first U.S. destination and only the second outside of Brazil for the airline, which has operated freighter service at MIA since 2015. Avianca Brasil, which has been a scheduled carrier since 2002, currently serves 22 destinations in Brazil and one in Colombia with 230 daily flights, carrying 9.4 million passengers in 2016. MIA currently serves an average of 71 weekly non-stop passenger flights to eight cities in Brazil, which is the most of any U.S. airport.
Avianca Brasil will be the airport's third airline serving Brazil, MIA's top international market in 2015 with more 2.1 million total passengers. Avianca Brasil is the fifth passenger airline to schedule a launch into the Miami market this year. Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris began four weekly flights to Guadalajara and daily flights to Mexico City on February 1. Volaris was followed three days later by Canadian airline First Air, which began charter passenger flights from Ontario on behalf of Celebrity Cruises.
Avianca Brazil received its first Airbus A320, becoming the first Americas operator to take delivery of the re-engined narrowbody with CFM International Leap-1A engines. The airline has equipped its A320neo with 165 seats on board. Avianca Brazil is the second South American carrier to receive the A320neo, after LATAM Airlines Brazil. Avianca and Avianca Brazil remains separate legal entities. Avianca Brazil fleet's consists of Airbus A318, A319, A320, A330 and A350. Avianca Brazil has codeshare agreements with Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air Europa, Avianca, Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, South African Airways, TACA Airlines, Turkish Airlines and United Airlines.
Avianca started an implementation of Wi-Fi connectivity in its aircraft serving destinations within Brazil. The project is to roll-out the service gradually until December 2017, when it's expected that the entire fleet of 41 planes will be equipped with the service. Currently, only one plane offers the satellite-enabled service, which will only be free in the first three months after launch. It is expected that an additional five planes will be equipped by the end of October. Avianca is the first airline to offer Wi-Fi on board in South America. Operating under the Avianca Brasil brand, since 2010 we offer our passengers high-quality services, convenience and competitive prices.
Present in 23 cities and operating in 24 airports, Avianca operates more than 200 flights daily. Avianca was the first airline in Brazil rated "A" by ANAC for offering more space between seats in all aircraft. We were also elected the best Brazilian airline by the Índice Exame/IBRC, 2010, 2011 and 2013 editions, and also by Consumidor Moderno magazine in 2013. In 2010, Avianca earned the IOSA certificate, which was renewed in 2012.