Flying the first aircraft made in Venezuela will soon be a reality

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The Minister of Popular Power for Transportation, Hipólito Abreu paid a visit to the National Aeronautical Company (Eansa) to evaluate the progress in the first headquarters hangar construction, with a Venezuelan stamp, which will allow the first aircraft made in the country to be flown.

According to a message published on his Twitter account @HAbreuMRT, the head of that office indicated that “in a few weeks, very few, the National Aeronautical Company (Eansa) will inaugurate its first headquarters hangar, and that is the best way to resist is to build ”.

On February 12, during the 1st anniversary of the Great Transportation Mission, the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro signed the decree for the creation of Eansa in charge of the design, manufacture and maintenance of parts and spare parts for aircraft with a Venezuelan signature.

This entity attached to the state aeronautical Consorcio Venezolano de Industrias Aeronáuticas y Servicios Aéreos SA (Conviasa), is part of the strategies to counteract the coercive measures imposed by the United States (USA) against the Venezuelan flag airline, thus guaranteeing a greater autonomy in the maintenance and preservation of its aeronautical authority.

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