Avianca Brasil, based out of Sao Paulo, has a fleet size of 44 aircrafts and flies to 22 destinations in 24 airports.
WASHINGTON – UATP announced the addition of Avianca Brasil as a Merchant airline. Effective immediately, Avianca Brasil accepts all UATP accounts as a form of payment.
“We look forward to working with UATP to grow our business traveler base throughout Brasil,” said Tarcisio Gargioni, VP Marketing and Sales Avianca Brasil. “Our corporate travelers have requested to use their preferred form of payment, UATP, and as a distinguished airline in this market our goal is to continue to evolve to fit our passengers’ needs.”
“Avianca Brasil is a key addition to our Merchant base,” said Ralph Kaiser, president and CEO, UATP. “We have a number of corporate clients that fly with Avianca Brasil that have been requesting for UATP acceptance; this partnership will allow UATP to continue to expand in the Latin America market while at the same time increase corporate market share for Avianca Brasil.”
Avianca Brasil, based out of Sao Paulo, has a fleet size of 44 aircrafts and flies to 22 destinations in 24 airports. The airline is well-known for providing its passengers with superior customer service, without adding additional fees.
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