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Copa Airlines will reimburse tickets for suspension of operations in Venezuela

The Panamanian airline reported the possibility of reimbursing affected passengers. Copa Airlines will offer the possibility of reimbursing unused tickets to and from Venezuela, without any type of penalty and for the entire amount. The decision has been announced after the South American country suspended all operations of the airline for 90 days. This measure applies to all Copa Airlines passengers who have tickets to Venezuela and have not yet used them, as well as those who have already started their flight, who can reimburse the unused return ticket without…

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15 airlines stopped flying to Venezuela in the last 5 years

Lack of passengers, economic debts and other problems are leaving the South American country increasingly isolated. On February 3 a new airline joined the list of international companies that stopped flying to Venezuela, this is the Ecuadorian Tame, which made its last flight Caracas-Bogotá-Quito. In the last 5 years some 15 airlines abandoned their operations in the country: Avianca, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Alitalia, Dynamic Airways, GOL, Tiara Air, Lufthansa, Insel Air, LAN and TAM (these last two merged as Latam Airlines). Most of them…

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Delta Air Lines ended its flights to Venezuela

Delta joins the nine airlines that ceased to fly to the South American country. The last Saturday, September 16, Delta Air Lines made his last flight between the United States and Venezuela. The airline had already communicated in July the intention of stop flying because of unstable market conditions, ending its route Atlanta-Caracas. With flags and posters with the phrase “Freedom is the origin of the soul. We hope to return”, the last flight between Maiquetía Simón Bolívar International Airport (CCS) and Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) was dismissed on Saturday. In this way,…

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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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