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Articles tagged “venezuela”

Airlines

Venezuela Agrees to Slowly Let Global Airlines Repatriate $3.8 Billion in Ticket Sales

Airlines flying into and out of Venezuela won't be happy that it would take until 2015 to get their ticket revenue out of the country, but at least Venezuela has caved on its initial threats.

Venezuela Agrees to Slowly Let Global Airlines Repatriate $3.8 Billion in Ticket Sales

Airlines

Venezuela Stonewalls IATA on Debt to Global Airlines

Venezuela isn't being especially accommodating to airlines trying to recoup revenue due to the country's currency's woes. Just ask Air Canada. The airline suspended operations to Venezuela, and the country immediately severed all ties with the airline.

Venezuela Stonewalls IATA on Debt to Global Airlines

Tourism

Ban on First-Time Tourist Visas in Venezuela Expected to Hurt Florida Tourism

Although one of the largest industries in the world, tourism is also fragile and quickly impacted by geopolitical events and natural disasters.

Ban on First-Time Tourist Visas in Venezuela Expected to Hurt Florida Tourism

Airlines

Venezuela Threatens Global Airlines About Service Reductions

The Venezuelan president is threatening that if airline cease service to the country that they will never be welcomed back. That's an interesting strategy, and one that's not likely to work or be imitated elsewhere.

Venezuela Threatens Global Airlines About Service Reductions

Airlines

Venezuela’s Currency Woes Challenge International Airlines

Unfortunately, Venezuela sees it difficult nature as an asset. If it understood it could become a global leader by being the opposite of this, it would be much smarter.

Tourism

Venezuela Has a New Exchange Rate Aimed at Clarifying Currency for Visitors

Observers hoped that Chavez' death would get Venezuela back on track, but instead it's become a parody of itself. It's like a Cuba that doesn't understand it has problems.

Venezuela Has a New Exchange Rate Aimed at Clarifying Currency for Visitors

Tourism

Venezuela Is Hunting Down Its ‘Currency Tourists’

Venezuela's leaders like to blame their current situation on everyone but themselves. There's an irony that the government's moves have created hundreds of currency traders.

Venezuela Is Hunting Down Its ‘Currency Tourists’

Airlines

Venezuelan Flights Are Sold Out for Months, But Planes Are Almost Empty

The travel industry is intertwined with the economy, but this is a surprising example of that relationship. The unusual circumstances haven't stopped American airlines from attempting to swoop in and take advantage of the situation.

Venezuelan Flights Are Sold Out for Months, But Planes Are Almost Empty