By Nica Biz – June 6, 2021
On June 3rd 2015, José Adán Aguerri (the Ex-President of the Superior Council of Private Enterprise – COSEP) announced that between June 15th 2021 and July 6th 2021 there will be more flights to Managua as Avianca and Copa increase their daily flights.
Avianca will put on 18 additional flights per week starting on June 15th. They will be increasing the amount of weekly flights on the Managua to Miami route and the Managua to El Salvador route will increase to three daily flights.
Copa will also provide more flights to Managua with two additional daily flights starting on June 21st and will add one more from July 5th which means by then they will fly from Monday to Saturday.
Aeromexico will have three flights a week starting July 6th on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Check out the English version of their Mexico City- Managua Flight Reservation page.
Aguerri said that Managua should go from 21 flights a week to 45 flights a week. He confirmed the above information on series of Tweets on June 3rd last week as well as in an article published on the web site Articulo 66.
Meanwhile, the latest on United Airlines is that they have informed travel agencies they would not resume flights until October 31, 2021. American Airlines are still showing August 17th as a return date. Spirit Airlines have yet to confirm a date for the return of their popular budget flights from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Managua.