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About

Avianca Brasil is a Brazilian airline which operates passengers services within Brazil and South America, on behalf of Avianca. 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, Salvador, 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-Guarulhos Airports. Avianca Brasil operates passenger services from 25 destinations.

Avianca also has other brands, such as Avianca Costa Rica (previously known as LACSA Airlines), Avianca Argentina and Aerogal Avianca Ecuador.

 


Frequent Flyer Programme

Programa Amigo to reward regular passengers with Avianca Brasil.

 


Avianca Brasil Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

One item with a maximum weight of 10kg and with maximum dimensions of 35xm x 55cm x 25cm and one small personal item. 

Checked Baggage

The maximum weight for checked baggage is 23kg for a child or adult and 10kg for a child younger than 23 months. 

 


Avianca Brasil Check-In Information

Airport Check-In

For domestic flights, passengers must check in 60 minutes before departure. For international flights, check-in must be done two hours before departure.

 


 

Economy Class

Currently, Economy class is the only fare offered on Avianca Brasil flights. It offers passengers a simple yet enjoyable flying experience, with a good balance between amenities and price.

Economy Class Facilities

On board your flight you will receive complimentary food and drinks as part of the service (subject to the flight schedule and duration). In the seats, there are power and USB outlets and on-board headphones for passengers to use their personal devices. There is also a selection of on-board entertainment, with TV shows, music and audio, documentaries and newspapers. To watch the provided entertainment, passengers will either have a personal screen or a communal suspended screen (depending on the aircraft type).

Economy Class Seats

This airline provides comfortable seats no matter the aircraft flying on. Seats on this airline will have at least a working space of 73cm, with even more in the emergency exit rows.

Passengers are also able to purchase an extra seat to have extra room to enjoy your flight. Alternatively, passengers can upgrade to a ‘Favourite Seat’, which are located in the exit rows and emergency exits. These offer priority boarding and additional comforts on board the plane.

 


Avianca Brasil Sports Equipment

No need to leave your sports equipment behind when you travel with Avianca Brasil. Sporting* equipment must be booked and confirmed prior to the flight (min 2 hours prior) and fees apply. Sports equipment includes golfing equipment, skis, surfboard, skateboard, bicycle, diving, fishing, bowling, archery.

Fees apply as follows:

Flights in Brazil: R$100

To/From Latin America: $60 USD

To/From USA: $100 USD

Flights Guarulhos (São Paulo) / Bogotá operated by Avianca Colômbia (AV): $100 USD.

 

 


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Avianca Brasil Hub Airport 

São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport

São Paulo Guarulhos International Airport, known locally as Cumbica Airport, is one of the busiest airports in Latin America. Airlines that fly to and from the airport include Air France, Alitalia, American Airlines, British Airways, Lufthansa, Boliviana de Aviacion and Klm. 

 

Sao Paolo Garulhos International Airport

 


 

 

Route Map

Avianca Brazil Route Map

 

 

Popular Routes

 

Sao Paulo  dark grey plane icon  Aracaju

 

Goiania  dark grey plane icon  Sao Paulo

 

Natal  dark grey plane icon  Sao Paulo

 

Sao Paulo  dark grey plane icon  Passo Fundo

 

Sao Paulo  dark grey plane icon  Petrolina

 

Porto Alegre  dark grey plane icon  Sao Paulo

 
 
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The Fleet

Airbus A318-100

 

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Airbus A320-200

 

 

 

 

 

Star Alliance

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Star Alliance is one of the leading global airline network, which has 27 member airlines. Star Alliance was founded in 1997 with the five founding airlines: Scandinavian Airlines, Thai Airways International, Air Canada, Lufthansa and United Airlines. The alliance has grown considerably now to airlines which fly to 1,321 airports and 193 countries, carrying 637 million passengers every year.

 

 


News

5th June 2018

Avianca CEO reflects on 2017 strike

Avianca CEO, Hernan Rincon, recently sat down with CNBC to discuss the impact of the strike by Avianca employees last year. The strike lasted 51 days and some flights were grounded due to a number of pilots being involved. However, one year on, Herman seemed positive about the progress that Avianca has made since the strike. He stated that Avianca was well prepared from a financial standpoint before the strike and that's one of the reasons that Avianca have reported its strongest first quarter in five years for Q12018, despite the strike.

Herman said, "this case went all the way to the supreme court and the supreme court ruled in favour of Avianca. And we're now in the process of rebuilding our routes and rebuilding our schedule. Today, we're about 95% capacity, as it compares to what it was prior to the strike and we'll be at full capacity in about three months." He continued that long-term this is a good thing for Avianca. Everyone within the airline is now at peace and the airline continues to grow.

Herman also addressed their recent decision to postpone some of their aircraft orders, "the reason we are thinking about postponing some of our orders is different. It's the fact that we have decided to retain some of the aircraft that we thought we were going to retire earlier. We've found out ways to refurbish the aircraft and extend their life, so we're retaining those. So, the growth plans are exactly the same. The timing of the deliveries is different, but only the timing. Not the amount of aircraft. Only the timing is being changed."

 

2nd May 2018

Avianca launch two new routes to the USA

Avianca will fly two new routes this summer, flying to both Orlando, Florida, and Boston, MA. The Colombian carrier will begin a service between San Jose, Costa Rica and Orlando starting August 2nd. The flight will run three times a week, both ways, with a stopover in Guatemala. Additionally, the airline will also fly between El Salvador and Boston four times a week, this service will start from August 17th.