AVIA

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Aerolíneas Vega International Alliance (Vega Airlines International Alliance), trading as AVIA, is the flag carrier and largest airline of Vega. The two airports acting as hubs are Vega International Airport and Eraso-Bolduque International Airport.

Two subsidiary companies are Aviair, providing regional flights, and AviaCargo, for cargo operations.


Logo of AVIA

International Regular flights

From To Frequency Notes
Vega Internacional Khaiwoon 10 per day
Eraso-Bolduque Internacional Khaiwoon 2 per day
Eraso-Bolduque Internacional Aldanta - Aldanta International Airport 1 per day
Vega Internacional Malojdeh, Neo Delta 5 per day
Eraso-Bolduque Internacional Malojdeh, Neo Delta 4 per week
Vega Internacional Malojdeh, Neo Delta 5 per day
Vega Internacional Ahagonara 4 per week
Vega Internacional Pyingshum International Airport 3 per week
Vega Internacional Gobras City 2 per day
Eraso-Bolduque Internacional Gobras City 1 per week
Vega Internacional Malojdeh, Neo Delta 5 per day
Vega Internacional Taiago, Neo Delta 2 per week
Vega Internacional Canal International (Phoenix-Guntrum) 7 per day
Eraso-Bolduque Internacional Canal International (Phoenix-Guntrum) 4 per day
Silea Canal International (Phoenix-Guntrum) 2 per day
Sálvora (Vega Sur) Canal International (Phoenix-Guntrum) 1 per day
Vega Internacional Twenty Palms, Demacia 3 per week
Vega Internacional Whangiora 3 per week
Vega Internacional Zylanda Inter 5 per day
Eraso-Bolduque Internacional Zylanda Inter 2 per day
San Jorge Zylanda Inter 5 per week
Silea Zylanda Inter 5 per week