The Venezuelan Consortium of Aeronautical Industries and Air Services (Conviasa) promotes new tourist connections between Brazil and Venezuela based on alliances between tour operators.
The airline held a meeting between wholesalers, tour operators and travel agencies in Manaus, Brazil, including 120 Brazilians and 50 Venezuelans, said Ramón Velasquez, president of the airline Conviasa.
It also announced that Conviasa will begin on August 30 the connecting flight between Manaus, Porlamar and Caracas, a route that plans to offer 9,600 seats per year, indicates a press release from the Ministry of Transport.
He explained that there will be two weekly frequencies, Tuesday and Friday, to connect the business sector of both countries and offer tourists a quick transfer.
“One of the objectives of this flight is to allow exchange between peoples, being an ideal connection not only for the tourist sector, but for Venezuelans who want to establish industrial, commercial and business agreements,” he said.
In September Conviasa will reactivate the destinations to Saint Vincent and Trinidad and Tobago.
In addition to expanding its operations to Mexico, Uruguay, Italy and the Middle East, to project 20 international destinations in 2019.
Long-range destinations such as Russia, China and Turkey are among the airline’s upcoming connections.