September 26, 2022
Venezuela
Airlines

The Saga of the Emtrasur Boeing 747 Detained in Argentina

This is why a Boeing 747-300 freighter has remained grounded at Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

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Conviasa to Fly Direct to Qatar for FIFA World Cup

Venezuelan state-owned Conviasa (V0) will fly to Doha, Qatar before the start of the FIFA World Cup, which begins on November 21, 2022.

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Russian Government Announces New Moscow-Caracas Route

MIAMI — The Russian embassy in Venezuela announced the opening of an all-new nonstop route between the capital cities of both countries, operated twice weekly by Venezuelan-state-owned airline, Conviasa (V0). “Russia has decided to open a new air service to Venezuela starting April 1,” tweeted the Russian embassy in Venezuela on March 25. “It is […]

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Estelar Launches Flights From Caracas To Rome

MIAMI — Venezuelan carrier Estelar launched its newest nonstop service between Caracas (CCS) and Rome (FCO) on Thursday, operated by a chartered Hi Fly Airbus A340-300. The Venezuelan airline has opened up niche routes aimed to serve markets that have been abandoned by international carriers during the political and economical crisis that has crippled the […]

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Turkish Airlines To Open A Base In Caracas, Venezuela

MIAMI — Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro announced yesterday that Turkish Airlines (TK) will open up a base in Caracas (CCS) to exploit “Latin American and Caribbean” operations. This unexpected announcement was made by Maduro from Ankara, where he is holding meetings with Turkey’s President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. READ MORE: Venezuela’s Repentance: Befriends Panama Again, Restores Air […]

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The World’s Shortest International Jet Flight? Aruba Airlines Launches 8-Minute Flight To Punto Fijo

MIAMI — Aruban flag carrier, Aruba Airlines, launched what could arguably be labeled as the world’s shortest commercial flight by jet plane. The airline, in partnership with the Venezuelan government, inaugurated its Aruba (AUA)-Punto Fijo (LSP) route on its Bombardier CRJ-200LR yesterday. The two airports are separated by a short 50 miles. However, the two […]

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#FlybackFriday — L’esprit du Voyage: Air France from Paris to Caracas, Affaires Class

Reported by Enrique Perrella. Flying the average country’s flag carrier can easily become an annoying routine. These, often devote its efforts in offering a standardized service with the always-necessary regional touches that will contrast them with the competition. Air France (AF) is an airline that’s been around for eight decades. As its name suggests, it […]

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“Proud of Serving Venezuela”: American Celebrates its 30th Anniversary Flying to the Country

Written by: Enrique Perella and María Corina Roldán MIAMI — With all the chaos that’s going on in Venezuela, American Airlines (AA) has purposely notified via an internal memo to its employees the importance of the South American city to the airline’s network. We are proud of serving Venezuela. In 1987 we started our operations in Venezuela […]

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Air France Temporarily Suspends Flights to Caracas, Venezuela

MIAMI — Air France joins the list of airlines that have either canceled or suspended flights to Caracas, Venezuela, amid rising political tensions in the South American country. The French carrier has canceled its flights on July 30, 31, and August 1, staying away from the controversial weekend polls where a Constituent Assembly convened by the country’s […]

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