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Star Alliance

Logo Star Alliance

In 1997, five world-renowned airline companies came together to create something never seen before: an alliance that meant they could provide seamless global services to their customers. They did this by linking their systems to provide smooth check- in for the whole journey and offer benefits to frequent travellers such as the ability to earn and redeem miles or points on the whole network and access to each others' lounges. Today, the alliance is coordinated by a team based in Frankfurt, Germany, comprising over 60 employees from around 20 different countries. The Star Alliance network serves more than 1,300 destinations, the largest aviation alliance in the world, which translates into easier ways to travel and faster, smoother connections.

With over 25 members, Star Alliance has worked constantly over the years to create even better travel experiences for the passenger. In many airports, the member airlines are co-located in the same terminal, sometimes even sharing facilities such as check-in desks or baggage counters. Behind the scenes, technical innovation ensures that the joint services offered by the Star Alliance network are using the newest and best technologies. The brand, symbolised by the well known star-shaped logo, personifies the promise that, no matter where in the world, a Star Alliance member company will be on hand to ensure the passenger has the best possible travel experience. Star Alliance member airlines together carry over 650 million passengers per year to destinations in over 190 different countries, with more than 18,500 daily flights.

 

Get to know the Star Alliance member airlines:

Interline Partnership

Interline Partnership

What is Interline?

 

An Interline Alliance allows you to book seats on flights operated by other airlines. This means that you can combine Avianca Brasil flights with that of other partner airlines to various destinations in a single ticket. Each airline maintains its own flight code and the airlines' networks become complemental to each other, offering you additional combinations of flights to various destinations worldwide.

Benefits

  • A single ticket for the entire trip.
  • Boarding card(s) handed in at the beginning of every trip to all flights.
  • Document checking* only in the departure of your trip, offering comfort, without the need to check-in again in connecting airports.
  • Luggage is also only checked once*, at the departure of your trip, and it will travel to your final destination without you having to pick it up in connecting destinations.
*Subject to the rules and policies of each country.

Important

In order to take the best of your experience we ask your attention to some important points before your trip: Documents, Special Services, Luggage Health Information.

Learn about the Interline Partners of Avianca Brasil

Codeshare Agreement

Codeshare Agreement

What is codeshare?

 

CodeShare is a cooperation alliance/agreement between airlines in order to offer passengers more destinations than an airline could offer on its own. In a codeshare agreement we sell flights operated by our partners, maintaining our code and number. This way, we facilitate the sale of a higher number of destinations through our own sales channels and invite you to try the onboard service of our partners.

Benefits

  • A single ticket for the entire trip.
  • Boarding card(s) handed in at the beginning of every trip to all flights.
  • Document checking* only in the departure of your trip, offering comfort, without the need to check-in again in connecting airports.
  • Luggage is also only checked once*, at the departure of your trip, and it will travel to your final destination without you having to pick it up in connecting destinations.
*Subject to the rules and policies of each country

How to identify if your flight is a codeshare flight

Purchases through Avianca Website

When purchasing a flight through our website, you can easily recognize a codeshare flight by checking the "Operated by" information, as highlighted in the image below.

Shopping screen with CodeShare

Ticket - Avianca Flight with Codeshare

You can also identify if your flight is a codeshare through your ticket. If the flight is a codeshare, the information "SOLD AS" will appear on the ticket, as highlighted in the image below.

Ticket with CodeShare

Important

In order to take the best of your experience we ask your attention to some important points before your trip: Documents, Special Services, Luggage e Health Information.

Logo Air Canadá

Air Canada is the largest airline in Canada and its base is in the city of Montreal. Inaugurated in 1937, she is one of the founders of Star Alliance, an alliance of which Avianca Brasil is also a member company. The Canadian company transports about 41 million passengers a year to more than 200 destinations worldwide. Its fleet is made up of Airbus, Boeing and Embraer aircraft and, for Brazil, operates with Boeing 767-300ER, with economic and executive cabin. It has direct flights from Toronto, Canada, to Sao Paulo (Guarulhos) and offers Avianca Brasil flights with code shared in its sales channels to the main Brazilian destinations.

Flights shared between Avianca Brasil and Air Canada:

  • Brasília - Toronto
  • Curitiba - Toronto
  • Florianópolis - Toronto
  • Fortaleza - Toronto
  • Natal - Toronto
  • Porto Alegre - Toronto
  • Recife - Toronto
  • São Paulo - Toronto
  • Rio de Janeiro - Toronto
  • Salvador - Toronto
Logo Air Europa

Air Europa Líneas Aéreas is a Spanish airline, headquartered in the city of Palma de Mallorca. Founded in 1986, it grew to become a reference airline for flights between Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean. It currently has 47 aircrafts and carries nearly one million passengers per year. It was considered by the German environmental organization Atmosfair as "the most efficient airline in the world" in short and medium-haul flights.

Flights operated by Air Europa and shared with Avianca Brazil:

  • Madrid - Salvador
  • Madrid - São Paulo (Guarulhos)
Logo Avianca

Founded in 1919, Avianca is the brand representing Latin American airlines which are part of Avianca Holdings S.A. It currently directly serves more than 100 destinations in 27 countries in America and Europe, with a modern fleet of 171 short, medium and long-haul aircraft. It has been a member of the Star Alliance since 2012. The company is headquartered in Bogotá, Colombia, and maintains three major hubs in Latin America: Lima, Bogotá and San Salvador.

Flights operated by Avianca and shared with Avianca Brazil:

  • Bogotá - São Paulo (Guarulhos)
  • Bogotá - Rio de Janeiro (Galeão)
  • Bogotá - Medelín
  • Bogotá - Cartagena
  • Bogotá - Cali
  • Bogotá - Pereira
  • Bogotá - Barranquilla
  • Bogotá - Santa Marta
  • Bogotá - Bucamaranga
Logo Ethiopian Airlines

The Ethiopian Airlines is an airline founded in 1945 by the Ethiopian government. It's headquartered in Addis Ababa, the country's capital, and concentrates its operations in the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, with capacity to transport 6.5 million domestic and international passengers per year. The company currently has 76 aircrafts in its fleet, serving more than 100 destinations, 92 international and 19 domestic and, in 2015, it won more than 20 international recognition awards. The Ethiopian Airlines is a member of the Star Alliance since 2011. Its frequent flyer program, known as ShebaMiles, was founded in 1999 and has more than 27 partner airlines. It currently flies from Addis Ababa to São Paulo 3 times a week.

Flights operated by Ethiopian Airlines and shared with Avianca Brazil:

  • Adis Abeba - São Paulo (Guarulhos)
Logo Etihad Airways

Etihad Airways was established by Royal (Amiri) Decree in July 2003 and began operations the same year. From its base in Abu Dhabi, Etihad flies to 111 destinations and in 2015 transported 17.6 million passengers with a fleet of 122 aircraft. The Etihad Airways Partner Group holds an equity interest in eight airlines: Airberlin, Air Serbia, Air Seychelles, Alitalia, Jet Airways, Virgin Australia and the Swiss Darwin Airline, operated as Etihad Regional composing a combined network of over 350 destinations in six continents. Etihad was considered for five consecutive years the "World's Leading Airline" by the World Travel Awards, reinforcing its positioning and global recognition of its quality product. Etihad Airways currently operates daily flights from Abu Dhabi to São Paulo with a weekly frequency of 7 flights.

Flights operated by Etihad Airways and shared with Avianca Brazil:

  • Abu Dhabi- São Paulo (Guarulhos)
Logo South African Airways

Founded in 1934, South African Airways (SAA) is the leading airline in Africa, currently flying to 56 destinations across the African continent, in addition to directly operating 12 international routes. With a fleet of 53 aircraft and based in Johannesburg, the company has been a member of Star Alliance since 2006 and it has been certified as "The Best Airline in Africa", in the regional category, for 12 consecutive years, as well as recognized with the "Service excellence – Africa" award for 3 years. South African Airways operates daily flights from Johannesburg to São Paulo with a weekly frequency of 10 flights.

Flights operated by South African Airways and shared with Avianca Brazil:

  • Joanesburgo - São Paulo (Guarulhos)
Logo Turkish Airlines

Turkish Airlines was founded in 1933. The airline currently serves the largest number of countries in the world, with 275 regular destinations on five continents. The company has as its main base the modern Atatürk international airport in Istanbul and daily operates more than 1,100 flights on 290 aircraft. Since 2008, the Turkish Airlines is a member of Star Alliance and, over the past few years, has been collecting international awards in recognition for its excellent services. For these and others, we are pleased to announce that Turkish Airlines is a partner of Avianca Brazil.

Flights operated by Turkish Airlines and shared with Avianca Brazil:

  • Istambul - São Paulo (Guarulhos)
Logo United Airlines

Founded in the United States in 1926, United Airlines has a fleet of more than 1,200 aircraft and serves more than 373 scheduled destinations with more than 5,000 daily flights. The company stands out as one of the founding members of Star Alliance, in 1997. United's main operating bases are Chicago, Houston, Newark, Washington, Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco, operating 5 daily flights between the United States and Brazil. Flights depart from Houston to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro and from Chicago, New York (Newark) and Washington to São Paulo. Through a Codeshare partnership, United Airlines offers Avianca Brasil flights in its sales channels.

Flights operated by Avianca Brasil and shared with United:

  • Salvador (via Galeão ou Guarulhos)
  • Fortaleza (via Guarulhos)
  • Rio de Janeiro (via Guarulhos)
  • Florianópolis (via Guarulhos)
  • São Paulo (Via Galeão)
Logo Aeroméxico

Founded in 1934, Aeromexico is the largest airline in Mexico, currently serving 80 destinations on three continents: 46 in Mexico, 16 in Latin America, 16 in the United States, three in Canada, three in Europe and two in Asia. With a fleet of over 120 aircraft, the Company operates over 600 daily flights. Aeromexico was a founding member of the global SkyTeam Alliance in 2000. Aeromexico operates daily flights from Mexico City to Sao Paulo with seven weekly flights.

Through a codeshare agreement, the Mexican company can offer flights of Avianca Brasil to the following destinations:

  • Brasília (via Guarulhos)
  • Curitiba (via Guarulhos)
  • Florianópolis (via Guarulhos)
  • Fortaleza (via Guarulhos)
  • Porto Alegre (via Guarulhos)
  • Recife (via Guarulhos)
  • Rio de Janeiro (Galeão) (via Guarulhos)
  • Salvador (via Guarulhos)

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