A journey from New San Juan, Puerto Rico to Medellin on Avianca Airlines.

Avianca Airlines has set up a new path linking the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan to the José María Córdova International Airport in Medellin, providing travelers from Puerto Rico simpler access to the city. Avianca Airlines is increasing the range of journeys for those located in Puerto Rico by introducing a new route. The airline intends to have four flights per week, taking passengers in an Airbus A320 family plane with a capacity of up to 180 people for each journey. Weekly seating ability will exceed 1,400. Avianca is still resolute in their ambition to open up new journeys and promote all that Cartagena has to offer. The airline has now added a second direct route within Puerto Rico, in addition to the 10 flights already running between Bogotá and the island. During the peak winter season, Colombian airline is flying 14 times a week to Puerto Rico, rising in frequency from the past. The incorporation of four extra flights to Medellin as well as an intensification of routes from Bogotá will have a projected economic benefit of $45 million, and will make roughly 97,000 seats available for travelers between the two nations.