On May 10, Avianca announced that it was entering Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the United States. That same day, he also reported on the closure of operations in Peru and recently agreed to start a dissolution and liquidation process under local Peruvian regulations.”Avianca will continue to serve routes to and from Peru normally through its airlines in Colombia and El Salvador, once the restrictions imposed by the authorities in the context of the current health emergency are lifted.
For customers with current tickets purchased directly to or from Peru, various options for exchange, accommodation and vouchers, among others, will be offered, “the company reported. Avianca explained that the process is in the liquidation phase of the company’s liabilities and assets. In addition, it will comply with the payment of the social benefits of the law to the workers of the airline in that country, who were 906 employees.
Regarding tickets purchased by customers to and from that destination, Avianca indicated that “various options for exchange, accommodation and vouchers, among others, will be offered.”