Wamos Air aircraft Airlines Wamos Air 

Wamos Air suspends flights to Guatemala

The Spanish airline will no longer fly to the Central American country until June 2018. Wamos Air announced its decision to suspend flights operating since June between Madrid and Guatemala. The airline began the route between Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) and La Aurora International Airport (GUA) on June 27, and until 26 September had mobilized 4,711 passengers. The suspension came into effect on 27 September and continues until 5 June 2018. The main reason for the decision is the low occupation of aircraft in low season, due to that most of the passengers…

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Ryanair aircraft Airlines Ryanair 

Ryanair suspended 34 routes for the winter season

The suspensions by the low cost airline will be between November of 2017 and 2018 March. The Irish airline Ryanair confirmed the suspension of 34 routes for the winter season in Europe. The remaining 1800 routes will continue to operate, although some could be modified. The main reason for the suspension is to slow down its growth in order to “eliminate any risk of future cancellations added”. Ryanair has already communicated with affected customers giving them the options of a change in flight or a full refund. It is estimated that…

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Delta also suspends operations in venezuela

Delta Air Lines will stop flying to the South American country on September 17. A few days ago was known the decision of Avianca to suspend its flights to Venezuela. Later it was confirmed also Delta will no longer operate its current flight from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) to Caracas Simón Bolívar International Airport (CCS). Currently, the airline operates a weekly flight using Boeing 737-700 aircraft, and last will take place on Sunday, September 17. In the announcement issued by Delta, It warns that the suspension is indefinite and that it is due to…

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Avianca suspends flights in Venezuela in August

The Colombian airline will not fly to or from Venezuela, since August 16. Avianca published a statement ensuring the suspension of operations in Venezuela due to the need to “improve the airport infrastructure of Venezuela and ensure the consistency of operations”. Wednesday, August 16th, the airline will operate the last flights on the routes Bogotá-Caracas-Bogotá and Lima-Caracas-Lima. Sales of tickets for dates after August 16 have been suspended, while that passengers with flights after that day will receive a refund of 100% of the money. “We regret having to come to this difficult…

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