Avior works to resume flights to Mexico and Bolivia

The executive president of the airline Juan Bracamonte said that regarding domestic flights the route to Porlamar should start this week

This Monday, the executive president of the Venezuelan airline Avior, Juan Bracamonte, assured that they will fully comply with the commitments made with passengers whose flights have been suspended in accordance with the order issued by the government regarding the destinations of the Dominican Republic and Panama.

The National Institute of Civil Aeronautics, INAC, following “instructions from the National Executive and the Presidential Commission that addresses the situation of Covid in the country”, made the decision this Sunday, December 13.

As Bracamonte emphasized, “they made the decision and we are complying with it; we are going to comply with our passengers and we have to reinvent ourselves with the routes that remain authorized, which are Bolivia, Mexico and Turkey.”

The executive president of the airline stressed that Avior does not have the aircraft for the route to Turkey. However, he hinted at the possibility of resuming regular flights to Bolivia or Mexico in the near future.

Regarding the flights to Porlamar, in Nueva Esparta state, Bracamonte declared that the route should start this week.


Source: unionradio

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