The name of the official website is www.vivaair.com.
It had only two options of aircrafts. These were the Airbus A320 and the Boeing 737. The airline then acquired more aircrafts and fitted the A320 with CFM engines. This led to a better-performing aircraft with a better economy.
It equally improved consumer prices. It covers 23 routes in Columbia. It equally covers 2 other international routes, which are Miami and Lima.
As hinted earlier, it covers 23 local routes and 2 international routes. Check the below for the various routes that covers:
The domestic routes are:
- Santa Marta
- San Andres
- Miami in the united states and
- Lima in Peru.
The company supports different flight plans. You can access a Return ticket, a one-way ticket or even a Multi-city ticket here.
The flight services are also affordable. The low-cost services on offer mean that you can get to any destination covered by the airline without paying through the nose.
The airline is one of the cheapest in Colombia.
Other services available
It is in partnership with several hotels in each of the destinations it covers. You can, therefore, book lodging directly on the website.
You can also hire a taxi directly on the website vivaair.com if you will need the service at your destination.
The passenger boarding any of Viva Colombia’s aircraft will have access to one piece of hand luggage for free. The hand luggage must not be heavier than 6 kg.
The dimension of the hand luggage also must not be more than 40x35x25 cm. Passengers can equally bring carry-on luggage for free if the carry-on luggage is not heavier than 12 kg or 26 pounds.
The carry-on luggage must also not be bigger than 55x45x25cm. Furthermore, each passenger will have access to free priority boarding with group 1.
Under the VivaMaxfare, the passenger can bring one carry-on luggage of 12 kg into the cabin. The service makes it possible to bring a bag as heavy as 20kg or 44 pounds.
The former name is VivaColombia. It offers low-cost air services and it has its headquarters in Rionegro, Antioquia, Colombia.
It is a subsidiary of Irelandia Aviation. It equally remains the third largest of all the airlines in the country.
It was founded as far back as 2009. It, however, did not start its operations until 2012, May 12 to be precise. It has its operating bases in the following airports:
- José Maria Cordova
- Rafael Nunez
- Simon Bolivar
- El Dorado
The airline, however, focuses its services mainly on Rafael Nunez International Airport. The company also has an alliance with Viva Air Peru.
It has a total of 12 aircrafts in its fleet and it covers up to 16 destinations in Colombia and beyond.