Colombian-based Avianca, one of Latin America’s largest airlines, says it’s suspending service to Venezuela starting August 16.
Colombian-based Avianca, one of Latin America’s largest airlines, says it’s suspending service to Venezuela starting August 16. Courtesy: Avianca
Colombian-based Avianca, one of Latin America’s largest airlines, says it’s suspending service to Venezuela starting August 16. Courtesy: Avianca

Colombia’s Avianca becomes latest airline to suspend service to Venezuela

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