Spain-Venezuela flight guide: INAC approves flight frequencies

This week, the National Institute of Civil Aeronautics (INAC) has included Spain among the countries with which regular passenger flights can be operated. Given this, Juan Teixeira, president of the agency, announced that the frequencies between the two countries will be distributed as follows:

  • 2 weekly flights for Venezuelan airlines.
  • 3 weekly flights for Spanish airlines.

The operators authorized to operate these flights between Caracas (CCS) and Spain are Conviasa, Iberia, Plus Ultra and Air Europa and the latter two have already announced their operations to the Venezuelan capital.

See also: Scheduled flights between Spain and Venezuela are allowed again

Schedule Plus Ultra

– Advertising –

From February 10, it will resume its activities with a weekly flight on Thursdays, operated by Airbus A340, according to the following schedule:

  • Flight PU 911 MAD 11:00 a.m. – CCS 3:30 p.m.
  • Flight PU 912 CCS 6:00 p.m. – MAD 7:55 a.m.+1

Air Europa timetables

The airline has scheduled the following dates for its operation in Venezuela, which are as follows:

Madrid – Caracas on February 1, 8, 15 and 23.

Caracas – Madrid on February 2, 9, 16 and 23.


Flight UX 071 3:20 p.m. MAD – CCS 7:40 p.m.

Flight UX 072 CCS 11:40 p.m. – MAD 1:15 p.m.+1

The flights will be operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

So far, Conviasa and Iberia have yet to schedule their regular operation for February.

Evolution of traffic between Caracas and Madrid

Before the pandemic, the Caracas (CCS) – Madrid (MAD) sector was one of the main routes between Spain and Latin America. After the arrival of the COVID-19 crisis, the market fell to zero until November last year, when INAC authorized special flights between the two countries.

Spain is the main long-haul destination in Venezuela, so 2022 looks more optimistic for the recovery of passenger and cargo traffic between the two countries.

Statistical data of the route Caracas – Madrid in 2019

  • Passengers: 240,255
  • Freight: 2,971.9 tons of freight
  • Air operations: 1,138

Statistical data for the Caracas – Madrid route in 2021

  • Passengers: 13,973 (94.2% less than in 2019)
  • Cargo: 243.1 tons of freight (down 91.8% compared to 2019)
  • Flight operations: 70 (down 93.8% from 2019)

The data was obtained by Aviacionline through Aena Estadísticas.

About Opal Jones

Check Also

Barcelona 2030, digital capital of Europe – POLITICO

Barcelona is well known as one of Europe’s industrial powers. A city recognized for its …