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Summer season: Aerolineas Argentinas announced more flights to international destinations

The schedule includes the return of flights to Cancun, Punta Cana and Salvador de Bahía (Aerolineas Argentinas) The schedule includes the return of flights to Cancun, Punta Cana and Salvador de Bahía (Aerolineas Argentinas)

A few weeks before the beginning of the summer season, Aerolineas Argentinas added more flights and international frequencies for the months of December, January, February and March. The new schedule includes the return of flights to Rome, New York, Bogotá, Cancun, Punta Cana and Salvador de BahíaDestinations that the company had to suspend due to restrictions due to the pandemic or that operated only as special repatriation flights.

“With these flights, we have the opportunity to return to some of the objectives that we set for ourselves at the beginning of the administration and which have to do with strengthening the international network. It is important for the company and for the country to continue taking steps towards the normalization of the activity ”, he explained Pablo Ceriani, owner of Aerolineas Argentinas.

It is important for the company to continue taking steps towards the normalization of the activity (Pablo Ceriani, head of Aerolineas Argentinas)

With the second wave of coronavirus cases in Europe, which generates uncertainty in passengers, there are several airlines that offer insurance and flexibilities. In the case of Aerolineas Argentinas, the company reported that all tickets to international destinations purchased between November 2 and April 2, 2021 will include insurance against a positive diagnosis of COVID-19 abroad. This insurance is a requirement that many countries ask as a mandatory condition for entering their territories.

According to the information released by the company, the flight schedule for the season includes:

New York: Two weekly frequencies from January to March

Miami: Five weekly frequencies in December. Six weekly frequencies from January to March.

Rome: Two weekly frequencies from January to March.

Madrid: A weekly flight in December. Four weekly frequencies from January to March.

Bogota: A weekly flight in December. Two weekly frequencies from January to March.

Lime: Five weekly frequencies from January to March.

Cancun: A weekly frequency in December. Three weekly frequencies from January to March.

Punta Cana: A weekly frequency in December. Three weekly frequencies from January to March.

Rio de Janeiro: Seven weekly frequencies in December. And 14 weekly frequencies from January to March.

Saint Paul: 14 weekly frequencies from December to March.

In October, regular domestic flights were resumed.  Photo: Julián Álvarez In October, regular domestic flights were resumed. Photo: Julián Álvarez

Florianopolis: Four weekly frequencies from January to March.

Salvador of Bahia: Two weekly frequencies from December to March.

Porto Alegre: Two weekly frequencies in January and February. Three weekly frequencies in March.

Curitiba: Three weekly frequencies in March.

Santiago de Chile: Seven weekly frequencies in December. And 14 weekly frequencies from January to March.

Assumption: Seven weekly frequencies from January to March.

Santa Cruz de la Sierra: Two weekly frequencies in December. Four weekly frequencies from January to March.

Montevideo: Three weekly frequencies in December. And seven weekly frequencies from January to March.

Punta del Este: Seven weekly frequencies from January to March.

As of November 17, Aerolineas Argentinas informed that it will begin to attend its international departures from Terminal A of the Ezeiza International Airport while domestic flights will continue to depart from terminal C.

In the cabotage market, regular flights were enabled in mid-October. Aerolineas Argentinas began its regular operations on October 22 and the rest of the companies will do so in the coming weeks.

The low cost Jetsmart confirmed that as of Thursday, November 19, it will resume its activity with flights that connect Buenos Aires with Neuquén, Bariloche, Córdoba, Mendoza, Salta and Tucumán. And during the next few months, they will add other routes. “In the last week we saw a growing interest from people to purchase their tickets for the final stretch of the year, the holidays and for those destinations that allow outdoor tourism and that gave signs of opportunities to vacation during the summer season. This will be an important boost for the reactivation of regional economies ”, he concluded Darius Ratinoff, commercial manager of the company.

Meanwhile, Flybondi announced that it will begin its regular operation during the first week of December. The same was indicated by the Andes company, which plans flights to Comodoro Rivadavia, Puerto Madryn, Salta and Jujuy at the end of next month.

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