Articles tagged “venezuela”

Tourism

Look Who’s Issuing Travel Advisories Now for the U.S. Since Dayton and El Paso

In the wake of the mass shootings that claimed 31 lives in early August, several authorities have issued travel alerts for travelers headed to the U.S. Whether it's a statement or a matter of safety — or both — it's significant.

Look Who’s Issuing Travel Advisories Now for the U.S. Since Dayton and El Paso

Airlines

This Airline Actually Sees Opportunity in Venezuela’s Turmoil

If you want to make a fortune in business, you need to go where your competitors will not be. Venezuela certainly fits that. But that doesn't mean it's a good idea.

This Airline Actually Sees Opportunity in Venezuela’s Turmoil

Airlines

American Airlines Expands Temporary Ban on Venezuela Flights

As U.S. airlines leave Venezuela, the country’s isolation in the middle of a major crisis will only intensify.

Airlines

American Airlines Stops Flying to Venezuela

Unions for American's flight crew resisted serving on flights to Venezuela, which is facing political unrest. American's flights were the last available flown by a major U.S. carrier. The move came after the U.S. government issued a safety warning to its citizens in the country. Poor Venezuela.

American Airlines Stops Flying to Venezuela

Tourism

Virgin Group Founder Richard Branson Plans a Humanitarian Concert for Venezuela

Cynics may guess that Richard Branson saw the movie Bohemian Rhapsody and, reminded of the success of the first Live Aid concert in 1985, decided narcissistically to revive the idea. Idealists will say, whatever the motivation, the world must ease the economic crisis in Venezuela.

Virgin Group Founder Richard Branson Plans a Humanitarian Concert for Venezuela

Tourism

Some Airlines Drop Venezuela Layovers to Avoid Turmoil for Crews

European carriers Iberia and TAP have added stops in the Caribbean. They will let their workers stay overnight elsewhere than in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, which is plagued with political violence. Smart.

Some Airlines Drop Venezuela Layovers to Avoid Turmoil for Crews

Tourism

Even Chilean President’s Machete Won’t Halt Venezuelan Influx

From the Middle East and Europe to Myanmar and Chile, refugees under duress will flee to safety, paperwork or not. That's what's happening as Venezuela collapse and many of its citizens escape to Chile.

Even Chilean President’s Machete Won’t Halt Venezuelan Influx

Airlines

Venezuelan Airline Aims to Revive Caracas to New York Route

We'll believe service has resumed only after the first flight from Caracas touches down in New York City. Several economic complications plaguing Venezuela make it challenging for flights to revive. But here's hoping.

Venezuelan Airline Aims to Revive Caracas to New York Route

Tourism

Venezuela Passports Can Only Be Purchased With Cryptocurrency

Paying with cryptocurrency or not, the price of a Venezuela passport is beyond the means of most of its people. And many would assuredly leave if they could.

Venezuela Passports Can Only Be Purchased With Cryptocurrency

Tourism

Venezuela Wants More Tourists Despite Danger and Economic Chaos

It's been a decade-long collapse for Venezuela, and expecting tourists to return any time soon is ridiculous.

Venezuela Wants More Tourists Despite Danger and Economic Chaos