Air Traffic Numbers Down Substantially to Venezuela

Posted on August 25, 2014 • Filed under: Latin America Aviation, TRAVEL, Venezuela reported silence gives a rare sense of calm. People walk without effort. Go through security, removed shoes included, do not take more than five minutes. Many Duty Free shops are closed. And those that are open, empty.

The airport Simon Bolivar international, the largest in Venezuela, seems to be one of those affected by the economic crisis plaguing the South American country.

The majority of international airlines have reduced their presence in the country, lowering the frequency of their flights.
In total, the IATA figures say that international capacity and from Venezuela (i.e., the number of tickets available on flights entering and leaving the country) has fallen 43% higher since last year. Read Article

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