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My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sat Feb 24, 2007 10:14 am

Hello everybody, this part 2 of my trip to Puerto Ordaz. You can read part 1 here: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) (by Erikgnoha Feb 19 2007 in Trip Reports)

Well, after spending 4 wonderful days in Puerto Ordaz it was time to come back. My return trip was on Carnaval Tuesday, and I supposed the airport was going to be crowded. My Avior flight to CCS with a stop in BLA was supposed to depart at 5:10 pm. I went to the airport around 10 am to leave my rented car and someone told me that all the flights between 2 p and 8 pm were canceled since the visit of the president of Argentina. I freaked out big time and ran to Avior's counter. I handed out my ticket to the agent and he began to do his things. After a while he tells me the flight is cancelled due to the visit of Mr Kirchner. The funny thing was that Aeropostal's counter and Aserca's counter were full with people and I went there and asked if their afternoon flights were going to be canceled and they told me that they were going to have normal operations. I came back to Avior's counter and demanded some explanation. The agent called his supervisor and he told me the my flight was canceled 1 month ago. I bought my ticket 1 and half month ago and I didn't receive any information about this. Furthermore, when I was at CCS for my flight to PZO, (4 days before) the slow agent printed my itinerary with the flight that I was suppose to take this Tuesday, with no change!! C'mon, something weird happened here. The supervisor said he would find me a non-stop flight to CCS with Aeropostal this afternoon. I accepted, since I wasn't going to pay something extra. I went back to the hotel to get ready for my departure.

My new flight would depart at 4:45 pm, so I arranged a taxi to pick me up at 2:30. I was at the airport at 2:45 pm. Once again I went to Avior's counter and the supervisor told me that there was a problem.... Oh no, what happend now I thought. It turns out that VH said that I had to pay my ticket. In exchange, I would have credit with Avior on my next flight. I was so pissed... but, anyways, I didn't have any other choice so I had to pay the darn ticket. I checked my bag I went to the waiting hall. Puerto Ordaz's airport is going trough a nice revamp. Two jetways are been builded and the terminal is already finished.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0500.jpg
The main board for this afternoon.

After I took this picture I went to security checkpoint. PZO has to waiting halls, my flight was going to depart from hall A. I looks new and comfortable. While waiting I took more pictures on the apron.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0503.jpg
VH 347 to CCS was delayed a couple hours.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0504.jpg
This is the work I mentioned before.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0505.jpg
The board inside the waiting hall.

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This is the advertisement of the work the government is doing at the airport thanks to La Copa America

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0508.jpg
VH 347 taxiing to runway

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0510.jpg
This is the way to the gate. Really nice and new.

At 16:00 pm, the inbound flight of VH arrived. I was so happy since my flight wasn't going to be delayed.

This is the plane I was going to fly on:
http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0512.jpg

Saturday, 20 February 2007
Puerto Ordaz (PZO) -- Caracas (CCS)
Airline: Aeropostal
Flight number: VH 351
Scheduled departure time: 16:35
Scheduled arrival time: 17:40
Type of aircraft: DC-9-50
Registration: YV-135T

We were called for boarding at 16:15. Boarding was going to be via bus. After the shortest bus ride of my life everybody began to board the plane.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0513.jpg
This is the plane. It doesn't look old at all with VH's new paint scheme.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0515.jpg
Here you go, Argentinian president aircraft. Next to this airplane was a Fokker with the Argentinian flag as well.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0516.jpg

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0517.jpg

Everybody was settled down at 16:30 and the safety procedure were made soon after (only in Spanish), and we pushed back at 16:33. This flight was completely full. The chief purser came in the PA and welcomed us to this flight. He said that this flight was going to last 45 minutes, we were going to reach 28.000 Ft of altitude, and 900 Km/h of speed. It was a nice touch of VH giving us these details.

After a couple of minutes takeoff roll began. Since my seat was 3E (window seat) I couldn't hear this old and noisy, but trusty DC-9 engines. It was a power full roll though. These are the pictures I took meanwhile:

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0518.jpg

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0520.jpg

While reaching cruising altitude we hit some rough turbulence since there were many clouds on our way:
http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0523.jpg

Drink service began soon after. However, I was surprised since the service started from the back of the plane. It took a little while until I was able to choose between different kinds of soft drinks. I opted for a Frescolita. The crew was smiling the whole time, with a good attitude. However, I must say this plane looked worn and old, the carry on bins were really small and uncomfortable. The legroom was definitely tight and it didn't help the fact that the flight was full. The flight was uneventful.

Descending began at 17:20. After we made a big U turn we were on final approach.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0532.jpg
A view of Maiquetia town on short final.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0533.jpg
Alitalia 687 to Rome.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0538.jpg
National concourse. Busy afternoon.

We touched down at 17:31 and made a rather slow taxi to the national terminal. We waited 4 minutes for our gate 9.

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Some empty gates at the national concourse.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0563.jpg
This the view from gate 9.

We pulled into the gate at 17:41. Everybody started to disembark but I waited a little bit to ask for some cockpit pictures. I asked to one flight attendant and she asked to the captain. He said he had no problem with that so I went inside and snapped these 2 pictures:

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0566.jpg
Sorry for the blurry picture

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0567.jpg
This went better. This cockpit looks really old, which it makes everything more exciting!!

After I got off the plane I took two more pictures of some national operations.

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0568.jpg

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s261/erikgnoha/Mi%20viaje%20a%20PZO%20parte%202/CIMG0569.jpg

I walked to the baggage carousel and waited around 15 minutes for my suitcase. Then took a taxi and went home. I was lucky enough to not find any traffic jam in la Trocha (Alternate road).

This trip went amazing, the only thing was Avior's mistake which I'll have to deal with later on. Aeropostal did an excellent job, it is a shame that they don't keep this service throughout their entire network. For such a short flight I only need a punctual departure and arrival. That's it. This time I was lucky, let's wait for the next one.

Sorry for the picture quality, I'll try to improve next time. I am open to any comments.

Cheers.
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797
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sun Feb 25, 2007 4:35 am

Dude, awesome report!

As I said on the previous TR, I've never been to PZO, but I will sure go now that is being remodeled!

It's a good thing that the Copa America is taking place in Venezuela. Several airports are being modified... that means more work for us A.netters :P

I'm not impressed that they didn't tell you anything regarding the cancellation of Avior's flight. They don't usually do so. Once I flew to PMV on Aserca and they cancelled that flight because the airframe had manteinance to do. So the re-booked me on Laser... However, that was not their plan for sure.

Quoting Erikgnoha (Thread starter):
I opted for a Frescolita

Way to go!

Saludos mi pana!
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sun Feb 25, 2007 7:57 am

Thank you for this great report an the pics ! I like PZO with all the nice parks and the Orinoco. It is really a nice city. Good to see that the airport is improving as well.
And nice to read that you had a good VH experience and had a nice flight, just as I when flying PMV-CCS some days ago.

Welcome on my RR list and I hope to see you on the next a.net meeting in CCS !
 
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sun Feb 25, 2007 8:22 am

Quoting 797 (Reply 1):
Dude, awesome report!

Gracias Enrique!!, for your comments.

Quoting 797 (Reply 1):
As I said on the previous TR, I've never been to PZO, but I will sure go now that is being remodeled!

PZO is really nice, the size is perfect for the daily operations, I wish VLN could improve as well.

Quoting 797 (Reply 1):
I'm not impressed that they didn't tell you anything regarding the cancellation of Avior's flight

Me neither. I only hope I can use the credit they gave me on my next trip. But after the good experience I had with VH I am not sure whicj airline to choose for my next trip.

Quoting Chiguire (Reply 2):
And nice to read that you had a good VH experience and had a nice flight, just as I when flying PMV-CCS some days ago.

Indeed. It seems that day VH had a great day for operations on CCS, I wish they could keep the good work. They should have more airplanes to avoid delays since they received some cuts on their flights to BLA and MAR.

Quoting Chiguire (Reply 2):
Welcome on my RR list

Thank you very much Chiguire!! Of course we can meet

Quoting Chiguire (Reply 2):
and I hope to see you on the next a.net meeting in CCS !

Of course, since I missed the last one, I'll do my best to not lose the next one.
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sun Feb 25, 2007 12:27 pm

Quoting Chiguire (Reply 2):
next a.net meeting in CCS

Chiguire, I'm thinking on something rather BIG this time... perhaps with a small trip included and conference style!

Any ideas, please tell me :P

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 3):
Me neither. I only hope I can use the credit they gave me on my next trip.

I think you will be able to use it after all. There's no reason for them not to accept it. You could, for example, fly one way to PMV, which is very cheap and then use the ticket back...

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 3):
But after the good experience I had with VH I am not sure whicj airline to choose for my next trip.

Don't rely on them that much. Rarely people have good experience with VH, even though I've never had one of those...

Saludos
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sun Feb 25, 2007 6:17 pm

Erik, really great report!!! was in PZO 2 months ago with VH.... nice little airport... and of course a delayed VH flight....

Quoting 797 (Reply 4):
Chiguire, I'm thinking on something rather BIG this time... perhaps with a small trip included and conference style!

Any ideas, please tell me :P

ahh... did I missed something, already a date for the next meeting?
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sun Feb 25, 2007 6:57 pm

Erik,

Like I said in your 1st TR, it's very well written and I like the pictures that go along with it...

Too bad, Avior messed-up your return flight; you better fly them soon in order to 'cash in' on that check before they go bust   This is not a good PR for this airline at all !

Good to see so many Venezuelan airlines at CCS: should make it a visit soon - would love to be part of the A.net CCS meet (if I may)...

[Edited 2007-02-25 10:58:22]
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Sun Feb 25, 2007 8:34 pm

Great report and pics Big grin
 
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sun Feb 25, 2007 9:41 pm

Quoting 797 (Reply 4):
Chiguire, I'm thinking on something rather BIG this time... perhaps with a small trip included and conference style!

Any ideas, please tell me :P

Why don't we meet in Margarita and find a nice location there !? Or we meet at Sunset Bar in SXM !!

Quoting Avianca (Reply 5):
was in PZO 2 months ago with VH.... nice little airport... and of course a delayed VH flight....

I am really looking forwad to you MDE report  bomb  . Don't forget, that it is not the fault of an airline if there is something stolen from the baggage, although it's their responsability.
 
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Sun Feb 25, 2007 10:02 pm

COOL! Thanks for this TR!!
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:37 am

Quoting Avianca (Reply 5):
Erik, really great report!!! was in PZO 2 months ago with VH.... nice little airport... and of course a delayed VH flight....

Thanks Avianca!!, is not strange to see a VH flight delayed, I guess I was really lucky!

Quoting MH017 (Reply 6):
Like I said in your 1st TR, it's very well written and I like the pictures that go along with it...

Thank you very much!!!

Quoting MH017 (Reply 6):
Too bad, Avior messed-up your return flight; you better fly them soon in order to 'cash in' on that check before they go bust This is not a good PR for this airline at all !

Indeed, for my next trip I'll try to use my "credit"

Quoting Chiguire (Reply 8):
Why don't we meet in Margarita and find a nice location there !? Or we meet at Sunset Bar in SXM !!

Sounds wonderful, I'd like to go to Margarita for a A.net meeting for sure!!

Quoting EGBJ (Reply 7):
Great report and pics



Quoting RICARIZA (Reply 9):
COOL! Thanks for this TR!!

Thank you guys!!
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:46 am

Quoting Chiguire (Reply 8):
I am really looking forwad to you MDE report . Don't forget, that it is not the fault of an airline if there is something stolen from the baggage, although it's their responsability.

yeah ... the report will come....

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 10):
Thanks Avianca!!, is not strange to see a VH flight delayed, I guess I was really lucky!

yeah, had the last 6 months 8 flights with them, surprise surprise all flights delayed...

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 10):
Sounds wonderful, I'd like to go to Margarita for a A.net meeting for sure!!

defenetly count me in!
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:10 am

Quoting Chiguire (Reply 8):
Why don't we meet in Margarita and find a nice location there !? Or we meet at Sunset Bar in SXM !!

Haha, well, next time you come to Margarita please tell me with some time to get permission and all the paperworks  Smile

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 10):
Sounds wonderful, I'd like to go to Margarita for a A.net meeting for sure!!

That wouldn't be bad at all!

I'm thinking about something big & cool, so whenever I come up with the idea, I'll let you all know.
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 2:52 pm

Very nice report Erik.

First report from PZO in a.net, kudos for that. It looks like you played Russian rullette with VH and you won  Smile

Shame on Avior for screwing your return flight, you should write to them, let's see how is their customer service.

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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Tue Feb 27, 2007 7:04 am

Quoting Luisde8cd (Reply 13):
you should write to them, let's see how is their customer service.

Imagine such bad as VH one..... I even send Mr. Ramiz an e-mail and still didnt get any answer about a pending claim with them...  Silly
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Tue Feb 27, 2007 9:01 am

Quoting Luisde8cd (Reply 13):
Very nice report Erik.

First report from PZO in a.net, kudos for that

Epale Luis, thank you very much.

Quoting Luisde8cd (Reply 13):
It looks like you played Russian rullette with VH and you won

Indeed. I've heard horrible things about them. My aunt just came from MIA to VLN with VH and guess what, her luggage didn't make it, just because San Diego mayor ( a town near Valencia) checked 60 suitcases!! What can I say...

Quoting Avianca (Reply 14):
Imagine such bad as VH one..... I even send Mr. Ramiz an e-mail and still didnt get any answer about a pending claim with them...

I think you were so optimistic with what!! Hehe, I hope everything turned ok for you.

Quoting Luisde8cd (Reply 13):
Shame on Avior for screwing your return flight, you should write to them, let's see how is their customer service.

Yes, I will write them, I will tell you how that went.

Saludos.
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Tue Feb 27, 2007 11:24 am

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 15):
Indeed. I've heard horrible things about them. My aunt just came from MIA to VLN with VH and guess what, her luggage didn't make it, just because San Diego mayor ( a town near Valencia) checked 60 suitcases!! What can I say...

well what to say ... just "AEROPOSTAL" hopefully her luggage will make it on any flight and didnt get stolen...

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 15):
I think you were so optimistic with what!! Hehe, I hope everything turned ok for you.

lets see, I am sure they wont be liable for anything blablabla... but well it would be nice at least to get an answer from Mr. Ramiz.... even if not, now he know at least what "great" airline he has...
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Tue Feb 27, 2007 12:28 pm

Quoting Avianca (Reply 16):
lets see, I am sure they wont be liable for anything blablabla... but well it would be nice at least to get an answer from Mr. Ramiz.... even if not, now he know at least what "great" airline he has...

You have a point. You don't lose anything by doing this, in fact, it could help Mr Ramiz realize the changes the airline should make.
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Tue Feb 27, 2007 8:04 pm

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 17):
You have a point. You don't lose anything by doing this, in fact, it could help Mr Ramiz realize the changes the airline should make.

Ramiz is now gone....

Saludos,
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Wed Feb 28, 2007 3:05 am

Very good trip report Erikgnoha! I hope you will continue for your next trips.

Quoting Erikgnoha (Thread starter):
After a while he tells me the flight is cancelled due to the visit of Mr Kirchner. The funny thing was that Aeropostal's counter and Aserca's counter were full with people and I went there and asked if their afternoon flights were going to be canceled and they told me that they were going to have normal operations. I came back to Avior's counter and demanded some explanation. The agent called his supervisor and he told me the my flight was canceled 1 month ago. I bought my ticket 1 and half month ago and I didn't receive any information about this. Furthermore, when I was at CCS for my flight to PZO, (4 days before) the slow agent printed my itinerary with the flight that I was suppose to take this Tuesday, with no change!! C'mon, something weird happened here. The supervisor said he would find me a non-stop flight to CCS with Aeropostal this afternoon.

Very strange, but I had exactly the same experience in BLA a day before you, while trying to fly BLA-VLN.
See my TR: VLN-PMV-BLA-VLN With Avior (supposedly!) (by TGV Feb 27 2007 in Trip Reports)

Quoting Erikgnoha (Thread starter):
Once again I went to Avior's counter and the supervisor told me that there was a problem.... Oh no, what happend now I thought. It turns out that VH said that I had to pay my ticket. In exchange, I would have credit with Avior on my next flight.

Fortunately in my case we were rerouted on VH without paying anything !
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Wed Feb 28, 2007 6:59 am

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 17):
You have a point. You don't lose anything by doing this, in fact, it could help Mr Ramiz realize the changes the airline should make.

already done last thursday..... still no answer, also not from the customer-service and the luggage claim center (well at leat from the luggage claim center I am sure they still didnt had any time as they are full of work....)

Quoting Luisde8cd (Reply 18):
Ramiz is now gone....

well hes e-mail account is still aviable.... and finally he is still the owner of VH.
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Wed Feb 28, 2007 9:37 am

Quoting TGV (Reply 19):
Very strange, but I had exactly the same experience in BLA a day before you, while trying to fly BLA-VLN.

Hehehe.. weird indeed.

Quoting TGV (Reply 19):
Fortunately in my case we were rerouted on VH without paying anything !

Oh, you were lucky, although it is a common practice. In my case, not so common. I have to write a letter though, this week.

Quoting Avianca (Reply 20):
already done last thursday..... still no answer, also not from the customer-service and the luggage claim center (well at leat from the luggage claim center I am sure they still didnt had any time as they are full of work....)

Expect no answer from them, but still you did good. It is funny, and at the same time true that their luggage claim center is full of work, why is that?? hehehehe
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RE: My Trip To The Iron City (Venezuela) Part 2, Pics

Wed Feb 28, 2007 9:59 am

Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 21):
Expect no answer from them,

off course not.... next time travel with them I will put some snaks in my luggage.... to have a nice surprise when the baggage handler will try to steel again  

[Edited 2007-02-28 02:13:02]
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Wed Feb 28, 2007 10:06 am

Quoting Avianca (Reply 22):
off course not.... next time travel with them I will put some snacks in my luggage.... to have a nice surprise when the baggage handler will try to steel again

Hahaha.. good one. I believe, after what happened to me with Avior, all the stories about VH, I should try Aserca. In fact, they have web-check in now, and you can print your boarding pass or ticket on a machine at the airport. I've never heard bad things about Aserca, besides the fact they have a truly aging fleet.
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