The Avianca airline will start operating the Bogotá-Munich line-up tomorrow and thereby become the only Latin American company providing service at Franz Josef Strauss International Airport in Germany.
"The route will be almost 12 hours by air," the airline is the biggest, "said the company in a statement.
With Munich, "now there are 110 destinations in 27 countries as the airline arrives," said Avianca Holdings CEO Hernán Rincón in a statement.
With the start of the Avianca stretch, it wants to show that European businessmen and tourists grow interest in getting closer to Colombia.
In this regard, Flavia Santoro, chairman of ProColombia, commented that "Germany is a very important market for Colombia", so the government is sure that "The effort made by Avianca to improve our accession will lead to more business and closer two countries. "
With the new line, the airline serves four destinations in Europe and will complete almost 50 weekends between Colombia and the old continent connecting Bogota, Cali and Medellin with Madrid, as well as the Colombian capital with Barcelona and London.