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Established on 30-Mar-2004 following a decree by President Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan Consortium of Aircraft Industries and Air Services (Conviasa) commenced operations on 28-Nov-2004. Conviasa assumed the title of national airline of Venezuela following the 1999 collapse of former flag carrier VIASA. The airline operates from its hub at Caracas Simon Bolivar International Airport to domestic and international destinations throughout South America and the Caribbean. The carrier also operates a service to Madrid, Spain. Conviasa is wholly-government owned, with the airline coming under the control of the Ministry of Infrastructure. Conviasa operates a diverse fleet of turboprop as well as narrow and wide-body jet aircraft.
Location of Conviasa main hub (Caracas Simon Bolivar International Airport)