The flight program has been limited since March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the institution explained in a statement that only airports not controlled by them will be excluded from the measure.
The text highlighted that air units that have had over 180 days without flying will have to go through an evaluation process.
Until last February 9, regular flights to Bolivia, Mexico, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Russia, Turkey, Spain and now Portugal were authorized, according to official reports.
The INAC also announced that payment through cryptocurrencies was activated; in this case, the petro, for users in the acquisition of tickets and other services.
Despite the health crisis as a result of Covid-19, most Venezuelan airlines maintained punctual, national and international flights.
Similarly, they carried out the biosecurity measures required for the control of Covid-19 at all air and land borders.