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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Venezuela's Conviasa suspends international operations

 Conviasa (V0, Caracas Simón Bolivar) has suspended international operations as of Friday, May 5. Venezuelan media outlets report the state-owned carrier was unable to source enough foreign currency to pay for its fleet's insurance premiums leading to its grounding. ch-aviation analysis of Venezuelan airport departure and arrival data confirms that domestic operations with its EMB-190s are continuing as of going to press. Quoting company sources, Airways magazine reports a wet-lease agreement between Conviasa and Wamos Air (EB, Madrid Barajas) wherein the Spanish ACMI/charter specialist operates a B747-400 on flights to/from Venezuela and each of Buenos Aires Ezeiza and Madrid Barajas, has also been suspended. Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows EC-KXN (msn 25703) has been at Madrid Barajas since May 3 when it completed its last flight for the Venezuelans as V03012. More…


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