Argentina's flag carrier Aerolíneas Argentinas has announced the resumption of services between Buenos Aires and Puerto Madryn twice a week, starting July 8.
Argentina's Chamber of Airlines (JURCA) issued a statement over this weekend, warning that bringing back all travellers banned from reentering the country following a cap of 600 airborne passengers a day might take up to five months.
The Latam group airlines group reported that the Federal Court from the southern district of New York approved the extension of its restructuring plan to September 15, as part of the bankruptcy protection process initiated last year.
International Air Transport Association (IATA)'s Regional Vice President for America Peter Cerda Friday said Argentina was doing just the opposite compared to the rest of the world regarding aviation services and that such mercurial management might entail unwanted consequences.
Argentine budget carrier Flybondi is to resume domestic services after 15 months grounded due to restrictions on the circulation of people owing to sanitary reasons, it was announced.
The European Union has started using unanimously the so-called “vaccine passport” as a travel document that allows holders to cross through borders within the bloc.
Argentina was chosen to represent the Americas block at the Executive Council of the World Tourism Organization and will formally take the seat next October in Morocco for the next four years. Argentina's Tourism minister Matias Lammens participated in the 66th WTO commission for the Americas, virtual meeting, which was headed by WTO chairman Zurab Pololikashvili and the current president of the Council, Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica's tourism minister.
US carrier Eastern Airlines, which started the nonstop Miami-Montevideo route just last week, has announced that as of July it will be lifting flights to Guayaquil until further notice.
Argentine Migrations Director Florencia Carignano said this weekend in a radio interview that those who left the country before the entry of airborne passengers was reduced from 2,000 to 600 a day -or two flights- should have known this could happen.
The Government of Argentina has decided to up its restriction on inbound travelers as of Saturday, in a move to prevent further cases of the SARS-Cov-2 Delta variant from entering the country.