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About Avior Airlines

Avior Airlines is a Venezuelan airline based in Barcelona, Anzoategui. The airline operates flights within Venezuela and the southern Caribbean. Destinations include Oranjestad, Willemstad, Panama City, Bogota, Manta, Medellin, Miami, Barcelona, Manaus, Valera, Valencia, Maracaibo, Porlamar, Caracas, Barinas, Barquisimeto. Avior Airlines' hub airport is General Jose Antonio Anzoategui International Airport.

 


Avior Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Avior Airlines permits one piece of carry-on baggage weighing 8kg (17,7lb) with maximum linear dimensions of no greater than 115cm. The Avior airlines carry-on baggage allowance is the same for both "Cabina Ejecutiva" (Business Class) and "Cabina Económica" (Economy Class) ticket fares.

Checked Baggage

The checked baggage allowance for Avior Airlines passengers will vary depending on the flight route and the ticket class purchased. On domestic Avior Airlines flights Business Class passengers are permitted three pieces of checked baggage with a combined weight of no more than 40kg. Economy Class passengers are permitted two pieces of checked baggage with a combined weight of 25kg. Please consult your ticket for a breakdown of Avior Airlines baggage allowances on international flights, as baggage weight limits will vary depending on the destination you are travelling to. 

 


Avior Airlines Route Map

Avior Airlines route map


Avior Airlines Popular Routes

Barcelona  Plane icon  Oranjestad

 

Medellin  Plane icon  Barcelona

 

Manta  Plane icon  Caracas

 

Caracas  Plane icon  Miami

 

Valera  Plane icon  Porlamar

 

Manuas  Plane icon  Panama City

 


Avior Airlines Fleet

The aircraft used in the Avior Airlines fleet include Boeing 737-200, Boeing 737-400 and Fokker 50. 

 


Avior Airlines Hub Airport

General Jose Antonio Anzoategui Airport

Avior Airlines is based at General Jose Antonio Anzoategui airport in Barcelona, Venezuela. This airport is the main airport serving Barcelona, Venezuela. Airlines that fly to General Jose Antonio include Aserca Airlines, Avior Airlines, Rutaca and Serami. 

 


Avior Business Class

Avior Airlines offers "Cabina Ejecutiva" Business Class service allowing passengers a greater baggage allowance as well as more comfortable seating on their flight.

 


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Avior Airlines News

6th June 2018

Avior Airlines starts using A340 aircraft again

After undergoing maintenance earlier this year, Avior Airlines' A340-300 aircraft resumed running regularly scheduled services. The aircraft arrived in Venezuela on 26th May and then proceeded to fly a route between Barcelona José Antonio Airport (BLA) and Miami International Airport (MIA), which it will continue to fly until the end of July this year. From 1st August 2018, Avior will use the aircraft to fly between Caracas Simón Bolivar International Airport (CCS) and Benito Juárez International Airport (MEX), Mexico City.

 

Avior Airlines are looking to add a number of new aircraft to its fleet. The Venezuelan carrier is in talks in bringing in a two more A340s and two more B737400s, which would bring its fleet capacity to 10.

 

30th April 2018

Venezuela's Avior Airlines reiterates Miami-Caracas desire

Avior Airlines (9V, Barcelona José Antonio Anzoategui) has implored the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to revisit its still pending application for access to the Caracas Simón Bolivar-Miami Int'l market in light of SBA Airlines' dormancy. SBA was, until recently, Venezuela's designated carrier on the route.

Avior is currently authorized to run regular passenger flights between Barcelona José Antonio Anzoategui and Miami and sought, in August 2016, to expand that authority to include the Caracas-Miami route.

However, 18 months after the application to the DOT for an amended exemption authority was submitted with no response, Avior has now sought to leverage SBA's suspension of operations to its advantage. 

In its filing to the DOT last week, Avior said it had already been designated to the route by the Venezuelan civil aviation authority (Instituto Nacional de Aeronáutica Civil - INAC) and was now awaiting Washington's consent.

"In an effort to preserve much-needed service, the Government of Venezuela has designated and licensed Avior to provide service to replace the Santa Barbara service that has been terminated," it said. "Avior requests the Department amend its exemption to provide services such as Scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between Caracas, Venezuela and Miami, Florida, either directly or via intermediate points in other countries, with or without stopovers."

According to the ch-aviation schedules database, Avior currently plies the Caracas-Miami route daily albeit using MD-83 equipment wet-leased from World Atlantic Airlines (WL, Miami Int'l).

At present time, American Airlines (AA, Dallas/Fort Worth) is the only other scheduled passenger carrier active between Miami and Caracas.

 

10th October 2017

Avior Airlines adventures from Caracas to Bogota

Avior Airlines commenced flights between Caracas (CCS) and Bogota (BOG) on 3 October. The carrier will offer a daily service on the 1,024-kilometre airport pair using its 737-400s. According to Flightradar24.com, the inaugural flight encountered a one-hour 12-minute delay, arriving into Bogota at 09:02 instead of the planned 07:50 scheduled timing.

Referring to the operational schedule, it appears that the airline will perform an aircraft switch in Bogota, as the departure time for flights back to Caracas is 07:00, with the arriving aircraft from the Venezuelan capital then operating the carrier’s daily service to Valencia, Venezuela’s third largest city.

 

The return flight from Valencia arrives back into Bogota at 18:55, showing that the aircraft will night-stop in Bogota. Avior will face direct competition on the Colombia-Venezuela capital connection, with tame already operating the route six times weekly on its E190s.