Copa Airlines restarting flights to Venezuela next week

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Next week will be the official restart of Copa Airlines flights  to Venezuela , announced the CEO and CEO of the airline, Pedro Heilbron , on leaving the CADE 2018 forum .

“We hope to renew flights as soon as possible to Venezuela, but that can not be done overnight, because those flights were canceled and right now there are no passengers with reservations, and we can not fly empty planes, but we hope to re-establish those flights as soon as possible. as soon as possible so that we can in turn sell them and reserve them, and for that reason we hope that the official restart of the flights by Copa Airlines to Venezuela will be next week, “he explained.

He informed that in the next hours they will indicate exactly how many frequencies will resume the route to Venezuela.

The airline before the suspension served 5 frequencies, of which 3 daily were from Caracas and Panama round trip, one for Valencia and another for Maracaibo.

Heilbron admitted that the suspension measure announced on April 5 and that took effect surprised them as a company and left even on land many passengers who were about to board.

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