Avianca Suspends Flights to Venezuela

As of August 16, the Bogota-Caracas-Bogotá and Lima-Caracas-Lima flight routes will cease to operate due to the difficulties experienced in air operations in the South American country.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

From a statement issued by Avianca:

Bogotá, July 26, 2017. Following a technical meeting held today in Bogotá with the Aeronautical Authorities, Avianca notified the directors of the National Civil Aeronautics Institute of Venezuela and AEROCIVIL of Colombia, of a decision to suspend flights to and from the neighboring country.  

Due to the difficulties experienced in air operations in Venezuela, Avianca will no longer operate the Bogotá-Caracas-Bogotá and Lima-Caracas-Lima routes starting from Wednesday, August 16, 2017, when the last flights will be made between these cities. Consequently, the airline is suspending from today the sale of tickets for trips after August 16 on these routes.  

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