Venezuela National Civil Aviation Institute President Jose Martinez told American Airlines, Continental Airlines and Delta Air Lines that they be will have to reduce flights to Caracas by the end of this month as a dispute between the US and Venezuela over airport security intensified. The US Transportation Security Administration issued an advisory earlier this week stating that it could not verify that Venezuela's airport security procedures are adequate because its inspectors have been ...

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