DHS to require safety warnings on Venezuelan flights

After two years of seeking in vain to inspect Venezuelan airports for safety concerns, the Department of Homeland Security has issued warnings for travelers to and from that country. Airlines flying between the U.S. and Venezuela will now have to state in writing that the U.S. cannot verify that Venezuela meets international aviation security standards. Ten flights a day operate between the two countries, eight of them on U.S. carriers.

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