Travel Good Luck Flying to Venezuela

22:58  11 october  2017
22:58  11 october  2017 Source:   TravelPulse

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Good Luck Flying to Venezuela . Airlines & Airports Donald Wood October 09, 2017. Venezuela is becoming disconnected, it's practically disconnected from the rest of the world, above all by air, and we can't see any solution in the short term.”

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As the turmoil continues to grow in Venezuela, another airline has suspended service to the nation’s capital, Caracas.

According to BBC.com, officials from Argentine Airlines revealed concerns about the increasing criminal violence and political uncertainty in Venezuela, which caused the carrier to suspend flights.

Argentine Airlines joins a long list of major carriers who have taken similar action.

The majority of the airlines who have suspended service to Venezuela have cited concerns about the safety of flight crews, unpaid contracts and issues with the government’s control of currency exchange.

Eight tips to make the most of your next flight

  Eight tips to make the most of your next flight Ask someone their opinions on air travel and chances are you'll get an earful. 1. The winter “dead zone” from January to early March is perhaps the very cheapest time to buy domestic airfares. After early March, some schools go on break so fares go up. But there is no magic day of the week or time of year to buy the cheapest airfares.

If you happen to live in Venezuela and want to fly out of the country, good luck . Thanks to truly terrible government policy, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to get a ticket out of town. While most airlines continue to fly to the country, one has pulled out.

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“The situation has become increasingly difficult, most of IATA's members have left Venezuela,” International Air Transport Association vice president Peter Cerda said in a statement.

“There are only six or seven carriers left operating a very low flight frequency. Venezuela is becoming disconnected, it's practically disconnected from the rest of the world, above all by air, and we can't see any solution in the short term.”

Argentine Airlines said passenger traffic in Venezuela has dropped by 75 percent over the last four years. Other airlines that have left the market include United, Delta, Lufthansa, Air Canada, Aeromexico and Alitalia.

One of the few remaining carriers serving Venezuela is Copa Airlines, which has claimed it will not abandon the market despite not allowing its flight crews to stay overnight in Venezuelan cities.

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What recourse do you have when a flight is canceled or delayed, or the airline changes its schedule or loses or delays a checked bag or bumps you from a flight? .Delta's contract of carriage, which you agree to when you purchase a ticket, is typically restrictive concerning its obligations to passengers: "Published schedules, flight times, aircraft type, seat assignments, and similar details reflected in the ticket or Delta's published schedules are not guaranteed and form no part of this contract. Delta may substitute alternate carriers or aircraft, delay or cancel flights, change seat assignments, and alter or omit stopping places shown on the ticket at any time.

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