Six new national destinations begin operations this Monday, July 19, from the Simón Bolívar de Maiquetía International Airport, during the flexible week, after the authorization of the Inac, where 14 airports in the country reactivate commercial operations after two years, due to the quarantine by covid-19.
The airlines Laser, Estelar and Conviasa offer up to three daily flights to and from Maiquetía, to the cities Maturín, Cumaná, Barquisimeto, Maracaibo, El Vigía and Barcelona, from this Monday, July 19 and Tuesday, July 20.
Maintaining flights to the destinations Porlamar, Los Roques and Canaima, authorized for more than nine months.
The Maiquetía International Airport, the main air operations center in the country and headquarters of most of the Venezuelan airlines, prepared for more than a year the biosafety measures, according to the standards of the International Aeronautical Organization, to resume these commercial operations.
Avior airlines will fly to Barcelona on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday; Aeropostal Monday and Friday; Laser on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, from July 19 to 22.
Laser will fly to El Vigía, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and Estelar will do so with three flights on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from today July 19.
Estelar will fly to Maracaibo on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; Conviasa Friday and Sunday; Laser on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, starting this Monday, July 19.
Barquisimeto is the destination offered by Laser for Wednesdays and Thursdays. Stellar on Wednesday, all start on July 21.
Conviasa will be the only airline to fly to Cumana, on a weekly basis, on Thursday, scheduled for July 22.
Conviasa will operate to Maturín on Friday and Sunday from July 23, leaving Laser on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and Estelar on Monday and Thursday from July 19.