Avianca Airlines Regional Business Class in 5 Pictures

As I continue to edit pictures from my trip to Panama and El Salvador, I am reliving the entire trip all over again, this is the best part of blogging for me.  I am still working on the trip report, but I wanted to share my initial thoughts of Avianca Airlines’ Regional Business Class product.  The title is a bit vague because I am missing the type of aircraft, which I usually include, in the title of the “5 Pictures” post.  I flew on Avianca’s A319 and A320, which are pretty much the same, hence the vague title.

We had a bit of delay on the A320 leaving Panama, but it was not that big of a deal because I would have a five hour layover in Bogota to go lounge hopping. There is something oddly appealing about Avianca’s livery.  The red and gray are a perfect combo.

Avianca Airlines A320 Business Class Panama to Bogota
Avianca Airlines A320

I flew in the same seat, 1K, for two of my three Avianca flights.  The seats were a bit worn but very comfortable.  The inflight entertainment screen left a lot to be desired…it was old, bulky, and did not have the best picture quality.

Avianca Airlines A320 Business Class Panama to Bogota
Avianca Airlines Regional Business Class

Avianca Airlines A320 Business Class Panama to Bogota

The meal service was similar to SilkAir’s Business Class between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur as I was provided a cold sandwich and fruit.  The sandwich was mostly bread so I picked at the meat and enjoyed the small fruit portion.

Avianca Airlines A320 Business Class Panama to Bogota

A quirk of the airline is the limited amount of alcohol offered to the passengers.  Bailey’s, white/red wine, and a sparkling wine were offered on all flights.  This was surprising, but when you see the small drink cart, you can understand the limited supply.

Avianca Airlines A320 Business Class Panama to Bogota

As I stated earlier, this was a quick post about my Avianca Airlines’ Business Class experience.  The full report is being worked and will be posted soon. Thank you for following along.

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