History

The idea of ​​forming CONVIASA as the Aviation Line of the Flag of Venezuela, began to take shape in May 2001, in order to channel the incorporation of the population to the development of the Republic in a dynamic manner. Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela; contributing in this way to the growth of the economy and sustainable tourism, through the exploitation of national and international air transport service for passengers, cargo and mail.

In December 2002, this project was halted. It is retaken on October 1, 2003, under the tutelage of the disappeared Ministry of Production and Commerce.

On March 30, 2004, CONVIASA was created through Decree No. 2,866, signed by the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez Frias, published in the Official Gazette N & deg; 37,910, on March 31 of that same year.

The Venezuelan Consortium of Aeronautical Industries and Services (CONVIASA), performed the first flight with the model DASH-7 aircraft, of Venezuelan acronyms YV-1169, on November 28, 2004, from the Caracas Airport "& Macute Zuloaga" heading to the Santiago Mari & ntilde International Airport, in Porlamar , Nueva Esparta state, being certified as a commercial area, taking off for the Island of Grenada.

On December 10, 2004, the Aero Léanea Bandera de Venezuela, formally initiates its operations of national and international flights.

On June 22, 2018 through Decree N & deg; 3,483, published in the Official Gazette Extraordinary N & deg; 6.385, assumes the Presidency of CONVIASA, Col. Ram Celestino Velázquez Araguay .

La aerolínea social al servicio del pueblo venezolano:

CONVIASA is part of the entities attached to the Ministry of Popular Power for Transport. The Venezuelan flag is committed to the Venezuelan people, contributing to the economic growth of Venezuela, increasing sources of employment and promoting the development of receptive tourism.