The Nationwide Institute of Civil Aeronautics reported Sunday that prolonged restrictions on worldwide air operations for one more 30 days.
The authorities of the Nicolás Maduro regime solely ratified the flights to Turkey, Mexico, Bolivia, Panama, Russia and the Dominican Republic for the switch of passengers, cargo and mail. This according to the information indicated in a statement.
The restriction of common and personal aviation operations inside Venezuela was additionally ratified, excluding permitted business operations. Additionally these which might be established in weeks of flexibility decreed by the Nationwide Government.
“We proceed to assist with the fight carried out in opposition to covid-19, taking the mandatory measures to counteract this pandemic, complying with the preventive laws issued by the Bolivarian authorities, with the help of the Ministry of Transportation,” he mentioned.
The INAC reported that in the course of the week of flexibilization supervised opening of air operations is allowed of business aviation to and from managed airports inside the Maiquetía flight data area, in Vargas state.
They stayed besides the border states Bolívar and Táchira, which refer prior authorization from the aeronautical authority.
#Release || The #INAC, complying with the rules of the Nationwide Government, experiences measures for the nationwide air sector in accordance with the provisions of NOTAM C0730 / 21, A0288 / 21, C0731 / 21 and C0732 / 2021. pic.twitter.com/l9r67aoaaa
– Nationwide Institute of Civil Aeronautics (INAC) (@InacVzla) July 19, 2021
Situations to be met
The Nationwide Institute of Civil Aeronautics printed in latest days the minimal circumstances required earlier than the reactivation of air operations, which they had been suspended for greater than a 12 months attributable to coronavirus. The item is to organize plane and crews for secure operation.
The company indicated by means of a decision a sequence of measures adjusted to the suggestions of the Worldwide Civil Aviation Group to mitigate the consequences brought on by the pandemic, which have to be met inside 30 days of its publication.
“Considering the novel elements that represent a problem for operational safety, due to the time that has elapsed since the suspension of air operations and that will mean the expiration of many processes and the expiration of certificates and documents as well as the effects of the preservation and inactivity of the aircraft and aeronautical personnel ”, he said.