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Etihad and Avianca enter into a codeshare agreement

Published: 17/06/2016 - Filed under: Home » News »

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Etihad Airways and Avianca Brazil announce codeshare agreement effective immediately. 

“Avianca is an important strategic partner for Etihad Airways in South America. In addition to the codeshare agreement recently signed with Avianca Colombia, we are further strengthening our presence in Brazil by offering our guests more convenience and connections with a single combined ticket,” said Martin Drew, Senior Vice President – Americas at Etihad Airways.

Avianca Brazil serves 22 cities in Brazil with over 200 daily flights. Etihad began flying to São Paulo from Abu Dhabi in 2013 and will provide further global reach for Avianca.

“Through its main hub in Abu Dhabi, Etihad will offer our customers excellent options of connection flights, especially to destinations in Africa, Asia and Oceania, where Avianca Brasil doesn’t operate directly. This partnership is important because it adds even more value to the services we offer our passengers,” added Frederico Pedreira, President of Avianca Brasil.

The codeshare agreement should benefit customers and the airlines together.

By Elizabeth Atkinson

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