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Simon Bolivar International Airport
Simon Bolivar International Airport is located in Maiquetia, Caracas and is the main international air passenger gateway to Venezuela among the twelve international airports in the country. It handles flights to many destinations in the Americas, the Caribbean and Europe.
Other airlines which use Simon Bolivar include Aeromexico, Aerolineas Argentinas. Aeropostal, Insel Air, Avianca and LAN Airlines. It has two runaways and can handle almost 20 million passengers every year.
Conviasa is the National airline of Venezuela and replaces the much loved Viasa which folded in 1997.
Conviasa Airlines of Venezuela
Conviasa operate transatlantically from Caracas to Madrid through a code share with Air Europa. Domestically, the airline has a hub at Porlamar on the Margarita Island and flies to Barcelona, Barinas, Canaima, Cuidad Bolivar, Elorza, El Vigia, Guasdualito, Las Piedras, Los Roques Archipelago, Maracaibo, Maturin, Puerto Ayacucho, Puerto Ordaz and San Fernando de Apure. International destinations include: Colombia (Bogotá), Trinidad and Tobago (Port of Spain) and Grenada (St Georges).
Conviasa Flights to Angel Falls
You’ve just got to visit ANGEL FALLS: Although sighted in the early 20th century the explorer Ernesto Sabchez La Cruz the waterfall was not known to the Western world until it was visited in 1935 by the American aviator, James Crawford Angel on a flight whilst searching for a valuable ore bed. In 1936, he returned and landed his plane at the top of the waterfall. The falls are currently named "Angel Falls" after him. Angel’s Flamingo monoplane settled down into the marshy ground atop Auyan-tepui and remained there for 33 years before being lifted out by a helicopter. Jimmy Angel’s plane now sits in the Aviation Museum in Maracay. Alternative Airlines the UK site for immediate confirmed on-line bookings. [Conviasa Aircraft]
The airline operates a (very) mixed fleet of:
- Boeings (767’s and 737’s),
- ATR 42’s
- Dash 7’s
- Cessna 208.