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Conviasa is authorized to operate in Brazil

Conviasa is authorized to operate in Brazil

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on May 03, 2014

The National Agency for Civil Aviation (ANAC) of Brazil have authorised the Consorcio Venezolano de Industrias Aeronáuticas y Servicios Aéreos (Conviasa) to operate in its country this friday. According to the Official Journal of the Brazilian Union, the venezuelan company will operate international transport services of passengers, load services and postal services on brazilian territory, said the DPA agency.

The agreement  of this project with Brasil is part of an expansion process of the company, which it was announced by its president this year, Luis Gustavo Graterol Caraballo, who had already indicated that the company pretends to open nine national routes and seven international routes, which would reach 50 destinations, including Brazil.

In December of the last year, Graterol reported that with an investment of 491 million dollars they have acquired Embraer commercial aircraft to expand the international presence of the airline, he said "with the acquisition of these aircraft, we will put Conviasa as an international company with international presence to develop national sovereignty". Conviasa's presidente reiterated that the company has the most modern fleet in Venezuela and one of the most important in Latin America.

 

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