Narco flights decrease in Colombia, pickup in neighboring countries reported that research from the Colombian Air Force, detections of drug flights leaving from neighboring countries are fired, it is because in Venezuela since 2005, was suspended on air interdiction treaty existing between that country and the U.S.. UU.

The figures coincide with information FAC Southern Command of the United States revealed four months ago in which warn that of 10 identified nine illegal flights leaving Venezuela.
The planes are almost always single-engine or twin-engine Caravan type. Many of these devices have been stolen in neighboring countries, but it is known that the narcos buy used aircraft in the United States, especially in Miami and South Dakota. Read Article

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