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first_img Tweet Share 88 Views   no discussions Share Sharing is caring!center_img Share LocalNewsTravel CONVIASA Airline officially resumes weekly flights into Dominica by: – August 19, 2011 Venezuelan Airline Conviasa landing at the Melville Hall Airport Thursday night.Venezuelan owned airline Conviasa has resumed weekly flights into Dominica with an inaugural flight last evening and a welcome ceremony at the Melville Hall Airport. The company hopes that with their flight schedule last night and continuing Tuesdays and Thursdays of every week will provide an alternative route for air travelers and assist in the air transport route for Dominicans. The Venezuelan airline Conviasa (Consorcio Venezolano de Industrias Aeronáuticas y Servicios Aéreos, S.A.) cancelled flights into Dominica last year to review its security measures after a plane crash involving one of its aircrafts.The President of Conviasa Colonel Jesus Vinas  who addressed the ceremony through an interpreter describes the airline as one which will assist in integrating the islands as nationals of both countries will be able to meet each other and allow for  cultural exchanges.“We want to say hello to the Prime Minister Skerrit, I have had the chance of working with him during his visits to Venezuela. He is a young man and I feel that I am a brother of his and in the name of this airline Conviasa and the Government of Venezuela,  I would like to tell you that I came to stay hoping that very soon we will be able to see Dominicans in Venezuela. Even though we were born in different places we can make little culture by exchanging our own cultures and the airline is a tool to achieve that.”In related news Minister of Public Works, Energy and Ports Honourable Rayburn Blackmoore, highlighted the benefits of the night landing facility at the airport which is credited to have transported two thousand seven hundred and thirty-three passengers into Dominica.The President of Conviasa Colonel Jesus Vinas addressing the ceremony through an interpreter.“I want to give the Dominican public and our well wishers alike overseas that notwithstanding all the skeptics including those who call themselves Citizens Forum for Good Governance as to our ability to really attract night flights at this facility. Thus far we have been able to attract two thousand seven hundred and thirty-three passengers by way of night flights.  We can only do better in time to come. Winair was able to bring to our airport, two thousand one hundred and four passengers by way of night flight through the St. Martin route and Air BVI is using the same route thus far have been able to bring in two hundred and fifty-one passengers from the same destination. Our main regional carrier LIAT notwithstanding the fact that they have not had a scheduled program, have been able to bring into our shores thus far by way of night flight seven hundred and seventy-eight passengers.”Conviasa operates in twenty Caribbean and South American destinations including Grenada, Trinidad, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica, Cuba, Ecuada, Argentina and Caracas.The local operator for Conviasa Airlines is Ground Handlers Limited a company of H.H.V. Whitchurch & Company Limited.[nggallery id=68]Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

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