Table easing restrictions Due to the COVID-19 pandemic announced by the government a week ago, commercial airline flight schedules are starting to move. Although the quota has not been set, it is known that between October 1 and November 1, the number of people who will be able to enter the country on all safe passages will increase.airports, seaports, land, and some airlines have begun to receive permits from the National Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC) to sell tickets.
According to the announcement by Chief of Staff Juan Perez and Minister of Health Carla Vizzotti, the gradual increase in the quota that will take place during the month of October will end with the opening of entry to the country for all foreigners during the past days 2021. In fact, beta tests began this week with tourists from neighboring countries from Brazil and Chile.
Flag Line has announced its flight schedule for October, November and December. The national carrier will start selling tickets for four weekly flights to Madrid, seven to Miami and two flights to New York. Flights to the Florida Peninsula will increase from 7 to 9 between November and December; Flights to the Big Apple will arrive 3 times a week for those months.
The national airline will also fly twice a week to Rio de Janeiro and Asuncion, destined to increase the supply also throughout the year, while there will be flights to Bogota, Santiago de Chile, Lima, San Pablo and Santa Cruz de la Sierra per week, in principle. The route to the Chilean capital will also have a flight from Mendoza, while in November Cancun and Punta Cana will be added as international destinations.
For its part, LATAM reports that it obtained permission to cover the roads with San Pablo, Lima and Santiago de Chile, in the first half of October. There will be 5, 3 and 2 flights per month, respectively.
United North American Airlines already has ten authorized flights between September 30 and October 15 to cover the Ezeiza and Houston route.
Meanwhile, Cuba Airlines will be able to fly to Panama from Ezeiza with six flights in the first half of October, with corresponding return flights. The same will happen with Avianca for the implementation of the route between Ezeiza and Bogota.