Avior Airlines will start operations in the Falcón State

The Avior airline will offer two weekly frequencies with a stopover in Caracas to connect with the rest of Venezuela

Aviones de Oriente (Avior) continues to add national destinations, next Thursday, June 2, it incorporates its eighth domestic route to and from the Central West of Venezuela.

With the beginning of air operations from Las Piedras in the State of Falcón, with two weekly frequencies, they will be able to choose to fly on Thursdays or Sundays respectively and will be able to connect with the rest of the cities served by Avior Airlines both in their national and international destinations, making scale in Caracas.

The first flight, Caracas – Las Piedras, will take off on June 2 at 12:30 p.m., returning from Josefa Camejo International Airport the same day at 2:30 p.m.

Aviones de Oriente (Avior)

Currently, Avior Airlines has flights available from Caracas, every day, that connect with both the East and West of the country, which allows it to offer more options with national and international destinations (Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic) of the airline.

In addition, it offers passengers the option of being able to fly to Porlamar from Caracas, Barcelona, ​​Maracaibo, Barquisimeto, El Vigía, Puerto Ordaz and now Las Piedras. This also allows direct travel to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic from Barcelona, ​​twice a week.

At Avior Airlines, the adaptations of operations continue to maintain a flight schedule that allows it to consolidate itself as an airline that flies towards excellence.

With information from Avior

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