VivaLatinoamérica, also known as VivaCam, is a failed Costa Rican start-up by airline group, Grupo Viva. The company planned to establish VivaLatinoamérica as it's newest low-cost subsidiary to serve Central America utilising A320 equipment. The new airline was expected to expand it's network to Mexico and Colombia from Costa Rican hub, San Jose Airport. Grupo Viva abandoned the project as it plans to focus on a new South American venture. As part of a five-year development plan, Grupo Viva aims to launch of three companies under the Viva Airlines brand, each with a respective country to serve.
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