|Quoting Anxebla (Reply 1):|
I wonder why not Canary Islands (TFS and/or LPA) are not included in that list
|Quoting SOUTHAMERICA (Reply 4):|
I seem to recall that Avensa also served Santiago de Compostela
|Quoting Civilav (Reply 5):|
Yes, Avensa did serve the route for a time. Galician expatriates and descendants are a very important contingent in Venezuela and the route to Santiago used to be very important for Viasa.
Avensa did try to get it back (with the opening of the highway between Porto and Vigo and the absence of Venezuelan carriers between 1997 and 1999, TAP very conveniently "absorbed" this demand by channeling traffic through Porto) and had regular weekly flights with twice weekly during the summer months. Santa Barbara, which picked up routes to Spain, has not quite bothered too much with Santiago de Compostela though they seem to be changing their minds as expansion in Europe beckons.
|Quoting Latinplane (Reply 6):|
Civilav Do you know when VIASA started serving SCQ?
|Quoting JJJM (Reply 9):|
Any news on Conviasa starting CCS-MEX, CCS-MIA, CCS- JFK, CCS-EZE, CCS-GRU, CCS-LIM?
|Quoting Latinplane (Thread starter):|
Buenos Aires (will be known as "La ruta del Che")
|Quoting Marambio (Reply 11):|
Please tell me you are kidding. Please!
|Quoting 797 (Reply 10):|
The States is a big point for Conviasa. AA is dominant on the CCS-U.S.A. flights; then DL, CO and S3. So, if V0 comes up with their low-pricing and their good services, people will obviously want to fly them...
|Quoting Latinplane (Reply 8):|
as it was used by drug smugglers
|Quoting Latinplane (Reply 15):|
If they just would have sold it to KLM instead of IB