Servivensa S.A. (legally ''Servicios Avensa Sociedad Anónima S.A.'') was an airline that operated scheduled domestic flights based in Caracas, Venezuela.


The airline was established in 1989. Its operations were temporarily suspended in May 2003 when parent airline Avensa announced that it was grounding its aircraft due to a drop in demand of air traffic.


* ** Kralendijk (Flamingo International Airport) * **Puerto Montt (El Tepual Airport) * **Bogota (El Dorado International Airport) * **Quito (Old Mariscal Sucre International Airport) * **Mexico City (Mexico City International Airport * **Miami (Miami International Airport) **New York City (John F. Kennedy International Airport) * **Canaima (Canaima Airport) **Caracas (Simon Bolivar International Airport) **Ciudad Guayana (Manuel Carlos Piar Guayana Airport) **Maracaibo (La Chinita International Airport) **Mérida (Alberto Carnevalli Airport) **Santa Elena de Uairén (Santa Elena de Uairén Airport) **Valencia (Arturo Michelena International Airport)


Servivensa was operating the following aircraft (): *3 Boeing 727-100 *7 Boeing 727-200 *2 Boeing 737-200 *1 Boeing 757-200 *3 Douglas DC-3C *3 Douglas C-47A Skytrain *11 McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30 *3 McDonnell Douglas DC-9-50

Accidents and incidents

*On 17 December 1994, Douglas C-47A (registered YV-761-C) crashed on approach to Cerro Aicha Airport killing all nine people on board. *On 2 October 1998, Douglas DC-3C (registered YV-611C) crashed on approach to Canaima Airport. The aircraft had been on a local sightseeing flight to view the Angel Falls. One of the 25 people on board was killed.


External links

Servivensa Fleet
Category:Avensa Category:Defunct airlines of Venezuela Category:Airlines established in 1990 Category:Airlines disestablished in 2003 Category:2003 disestablishments in Venezuela Category:Venezuelan companies established in 1990 {{Venezuela-airline-stub