Viva Air has appointed Juan Diego Zapata as the new Director of Sales and Distribution to work closely with travel agencies and other travel and tourism industry actors to consolidate Viva’s position in both the tourist and corporate segments.
Viva Air Is selling tickets for as low as $15,49 USD one-way, and has announced that it has carried over 100,000 passengers in the first month of Colombian airspace reopening. The airline remains in growth-mode despite the COVID-19 Pandemic.
While other Colombian airlines cling to life in bankruptcy courts, low cost carrier Viva Air remains in growth mode; this week announcing new routes between Cali, Colombia and the coastal cities of Santa Marta & Barranquilla. In just one year, the Rionegro (Medellín) based...
Viva Air today issued a challenge to find solutions that incentivize passengers to return the airways. The winning proposal will win a $10,000 USD prize, provided by Viva Air and its external innovation collaborators.