Cancun has a new flight from Venezuela
Navion Airlines will connect Venezuela with Cancun
Cancun is an international destination, a place where planes land from almost all over the world. Next year, the International Airport of Cancun will have a new flight from Venezuela; this will mean 286 more visitors per flight.
Navion Airlines is the new company in Latin America, one of its purposes is to meet the demand of more flights from Venezuela to the Caribbean destinations. For this reason, managers and directors of the company had decided to include La Habana, Cuba and Cancun, Mexico as part of its inaugural route.
Other international flights will be Madrid, Spain and Fort Lauderdale in the United Estates.
Navion Airlines is ready to take off but before it happens, the company needs to finish the procedure that the Mexican Government required to operate in the country, process that will be done by the beginning of 2015.
The new company will start to flight in Venezuela by the next month, for this it has hired 50 employees and purchsed one airplane, a Boeing 767-300 able to accommodate 286 passengers in three different sections: first class, executive and economic.
Public Relations and Media of the International Airport of Cancun, Eduardo Rivadeneyra, said that at the moment Aerorepublic travels the route from Venezuela to Cancun, and the airline only offers one charter flight and it has no regularity.
At the same time, Jesus Almaguer, director of the Cancun Convention & Visitors Bureau said that the opening of new routes from Latin American countries will strengthen the position of Cancun as the most important destination in this area of the continent.
Statistics say that in one year Cancun received 51,794 Venezuelans, with this numbers they have positioned as the fourth most important destination for the Latin American market, with Argentina as the number one, followed by Brazil and Colombia.
In the course of a year, 51,794 Venezuelans arrived to Cancun, this numbers position Venezuela as the 4th most important market in Latin America, preceded by Argentina, Brazil and Colombia.
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