The Department of Transportation of the United States reported Tuesday the suspension of all flights to and from Venezuela due to the crisis in the country.
The text explains that in Venezuela there is a threat to the safety of passengers, aircraft and crews traveling from a foreign airport to Venezuela or from that country to foreign destinations.
The publication, authorized by Kevin McAleenan, interim secretary of the national security of the United States, recommends to the citizens not to travel to the country after the suspension of the operations of its embassy.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) inspectors warn against traveling to the territory due to security concerns.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) argues that due to the factors affecting the country, an immediate suspension of all commercial passenger and cargo flights between the United States and Venezuela is required.