Avianca Holdings has confirmed its pre-existing commitment with Airbus (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac) for eighty-eight A320neo Family jets with options for fifty more. Deliveries will run from 2025 until 2031.

Though it did not delve into any specifics, court filings indicate that on March 3, the holding and Airbus signed an amended purchase agreement involving updated specifications for various aircraft model variants as well as certain customer options with respect to engines, updated base prices for aircraft and engines, and certain aircraft type conversion rights as well as flexibility with aircraft delivery dates.

The 88 aircraft ordered by the company are in addition to the more than 110 that Avianca has in its passenger operation at its Avianca Airlines, Avianca Airlines Ecuador, Avianca Airlines El Salvador, Avianca Cargo, and Avianca Express AOCs.

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, inclusive of its sister carriers, Avianca Airlines operates an Airbus narrowbody fleet of twenty-one A319-100s, sixty-nine A320-200s, fourteen A320-200Ns, and six A321-200s.