There were five months without activity for the Viva Air fleet, which will be reactivated from September 1. The airline obtained the approval of the Civil Aeronautics and the Ministry of Transport for 18 national routes, with which they hope to mobilize 590,000 passengers. Although not all of its aircraft will be in the air, with the eight Aribus A320 aircraft to be flown, Felix Antelo, president and CEO of the Viva Air Group, hopes to recover from the economic blow of the pandemic. These are the itineraries that the low-cost airline will handle:
In the coming weeks, Viva Air would also return to San Andrés-Cartagena-San Andrés and Bogotá-Montería-Bogotá.