Argentinian Airlines Suspend Flights to Caracas

An announced has been made of a definitive deprogramming of the weekly flight that operated between Buenos Aires and Caracas, citing operational reasons.

Monday, October 9, 2017

Already in August the airline operating under the Argentine flag had announced the suspension of the tickets sales for this flight. Now the company has announced the deprogramming of its weekly flight in definitive form. reports that "...The company made no further references. but the decision was made in the context of the political, social and economic crisis occuring in Venezuela due to serious conflicts between the government and the opposition."

Other airlines have decided in recent months to cancel their flights to the Venezuelan capital.  Recently the airline Santa Barbara announced the temporary suspension of flights between Panama City and Caracas. In addition to this Avianca canceled flights from Lima and Bogotá to Caracas at the end of July.

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