Avianca Brasil starts operating direct flights between Sao Paulo and Santiago, Chile on August 7. The company announced that it will serve the city with daily and direct flights from the international airport of Sao Paulo (Guarulhos). The operations will be carried out with two types of aircraft: Airbus A330-200, configured in two classes of service, and Airbus A320, in a single class. “The new operations in Santiago will bring greater convenience and comfort to passengers and will strengthen the customer traffic of the Star Alliance network in the continent. It is one of the busier destinations in the region, both by the leisure and corporate public, “said Frederico Pedreira, president of Avianca Brasil.
Avianca Brasil announced in early April direct and daily international flights
from the international airport of São Paulo (Guarulhos) to Miami and Santiago.
For the sections operated with Airbus A330, the company proposes a
differentiated experience, with two classes of service. The Executive ensures
greater privacy and comfort for customers, with seats arranged in the 1-2-1
configuration, which recline up to 180 degrees, in the fully-flat position.
Passengers will count on an advanced on-demand entertainment system,
with a wide variety of movies, series and games, available on a 15-inch
touchscreen. The seats also offer remote control, seat control panel, auxiliary
lighting, support table, plugs, USB connection, holder and adjustable head rest.
In economy class, comfortably configured in the 2-4-2 format, passengers
have entertainment with individual 9-inch touchscreen monitors, plus remote
control, power outlet, USB port, desk and adjustable head and foot rest.
The jets also come equipped with state-of-the-art LED ambient lighting
technology designed to provide the ultimate in comfort while traveling, and
wi-fi on board. Avianca Brasil has operated regular flights since 2002.
Currently, it serves 23 domestic and two destinations abroad with 240 daily
departures, using 49 Airbus aircraft – the youngest fleet in Latin America.
It was the first airline in South America to have internet on board aircraft
and one of the pioneers in the Latin American operation of the modern
A320neo. Its loyalty program, Amigo, has approximately 4 million registered