A delay in receiving revenue from Venezuela has forced Alitalia to cancel all flights to the country. The cancellations will be from June 2. The Italian is the latest carrier to cancel Venezuelan services since the country now owes airlines a total of $4bn – the government has still not granted airline approvals to repatriate the money from ticket sales generated in bolivar currency. Alitalia had been running five flights per week between Caracas and Rome until May, when it reduced services to just two flights.

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