Avior resumes operations to the Dominican Republic with seven weekly frequencies

From the Simón Bolívar de Maiquetía International Airport, flights will depart at 2:00 in the afternoon, while from the Dominican Republic they will take off at 7:00 at night

“It is a pleasure to inform you about the restart of our operations to the  as of today, December 2, 2020, to meet all the travel needs of our passengers, inside and outside Venezuela,” said Juan Bracamonte, Executive President of Avior Airlines.

To Santo Domingo, the airline will fly on December 2, 4 and 7; and from the 9th of the same month, he will do it every day to the Dominican Republic: he will travel to Santo Domingo 6 days a week, and to Punta Cana he will go on Thursdays.

Avior had been out of operation since March 13, when the National Executive ordered the suspension of commercial flights due to the quarantine that was decreed in the country as a protection measure against Covid-19. However, the company did not stop working during these nine months on land.


It was a time that he took advantage of to review, update and optimize different processes; as well as to implement a robust and rigorous biosecurity protocol to guarantee safe operations for passengers and employees, as highlighted by the airline.

Regarding the other destinations that Avior Airlines serves, Bracamonte indicated that “as soon as the National Institute of Civil Aeronautics considers it safe to resume commercial air operations to Colombia, Brazil and Peru, we will inform you of the reactivation of our routes to those countries; because at Avior Airlines we are ready to provide the best service to our passengers.”

The Executive President of Avior recalled that all passengers who have not been able to fly in recent months due to commercial aviation restrictions in the country, will have priority and that they will be able to make the relevant travel date changes without charging a penalty.

With information from Avior’s press release

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