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Vnukovo International Airport and Conviasa Airlines Celebrated a Year of Successful Cooperation

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On May 15, Vnukovo International Airport and Conviasa Airlines summed up the results of their first year of cooperation. To mark this event, the aircraft which arrived on this day from the capital of the Bolivarian Republic, Venezuela, was welcomed with full honors at Vnukovo Airport with a water salute. The official delegation from Venezuela and the Conviasa passengers were greeted with flowers and souvenirs. Congratulatory audio messages were announced in the terminal.

The airline has observed a steady demand for air transportation. During its first year of flights to Vnukovo International Airport, Conviasa operated 90 flights and transported more than 3,500 passengers. Today the airline operates direct scheduled flights on the Caracas — Moscow (Vnukovo) route twice a month, on Sundays. Additionally, during the spring-summer season, direct scheduled flights to the resort town of Porlomar are scheduled twice a month, also on Sundays. For these destinations Conviasa uses wide-body Airbus A-340-200/300 aircraft, along with a modern and comfortable A-340-600 which recently entered the carrier’s fleet of aircraft, and on which the anniversary flight was performed. In addition to creating a reliable air bridge between Russia and Venezuela, Conviasa flights provide convenient links to Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, using Caracas as an international aviation hub.

The Caracas — Moscow (Vnukovo) route is of strategic importance both in terms of the development of economic cooperation and cultural exchange between Venezuela and Russia, and as an attractive, unique destination for the Russian tourist market.

In addition, Russian passengers can use the airline’s services at Vnukovo Airport: in October 2021, Conviasa opened its representative office in Terminal A. Its friendly and highly professional staff are always on hand to provide the necessary advice and assistance to passengers, both at the stage of booking or purchasing of flight tickets, and at the stages of pre- and post-flight service.

Conviasa is the national carrier of Venezuela, operating both domestic and international flights to and from the country. Currently, the company’s fleet consists of aircraft types Airbus A-340, Boeing-737-200, as well as ATR 42 and 72 and Embraer 190 and 195 regional aircraft.

Vnukovo International Airport extends its congratulations to the management and employees of Conviasa Airlines. Today, we can confidently say that the air carrier is a reliable partner with whom you can plan new projects and count on high quality and impeccable results. Thank you for your cooperation! We wish you continued success in achieving your goals, and the successful implementation of all your plans.

Vnukovo International Airport is one of Russia’s largest air transport hubs. Each year the airport handles approximately 200,000 flights by Russian and international airlines. Its network covers the whole territory of Russia as well as short- and long-haul destinations, Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa. In 2019, Vnukovo International Airport served over 24 million passengers, breaking its own record. Vnukovo airport terminal, with a total area of about 300,000 square meters, can handle up to 35 million passengers annually. Vnukovo International Airport is the only airport in Russia to have received a Letter of Commendation from the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin for its professional achievements and high performance. Moreover, Vnukovo Airport was recognized as the Best International Airport by Air Gateway of Russia award and Best Airport: overcoming challenges 2020 at National Aviation Infrastructure Show (NAIS) for three years running.