Actions are articulated to develop Covid-19 Multimodal Bridge Plan

The president of the National Institute of Civil Aeronautics (INAC), Juan Manuel Teixeira and his work team held a meeting with the president of Bolivariana de Aeropuertos (BAER), Tcnel. Leonardo Briceño, in order to develop the Covid-19 Multimodal Bridge Plan, through an articulated and joint effort between both organizations.

Through the official INAC account of the social network Twitter @InacVzla, this autonomous entity highlighted that this meeting "serves to reinforce the execution of said operational deployment, which was created by the Bolivarian Government, through the Great Transport Mission Venezuela (GMTV), as a fundamental piece to fight the # covid19 ».

In another tweet, it was clarified that “the Multimodal Bridge Plan # covid19, has as its primary objective the transfer from different regions of the country, biological samples, medical supplies, and nationals; as well as the aeromedical mobilization of patients ”.

In a Twitter publication it was also pointed out that "... this invaluable teamwork between government institutions, the Bolivarian National Armed Forces, national airlines and private aircraft, is a sign of solidarity, humanism and commitment to the Venezuelan people and their well-being."

It should be noted that Bolivariana de Aeropuertos SA (BAER) is in charge of developing, improving, conditioning, managing and promoting the airport structure of our country. In addition, its primary function is the direction and coordination of the country's airports. While the National Civil Aeronautics Institute's mission is to ensure full compliance with Operational Safety standards, by service providers, after conducting a timely inspection and efficient granting of certifications, in accordance with established regulations.



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