19 airlines have already resumed flights at the Miami airport.

The Miami airport reported that three airlines have resumed flights from this city terminal in South Florida. Virgin Atlantic, Aerolíneas Argentinas and Copa Airlines, are the companies that started to move passengers.

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In total there are already 19 airlines operating from this airport, since the beginning of August when Volaris started serving Guadalajara again with two flights a week. Air Europa also resumed weekly service from Madrid on 3 August and SWISS returned on 4 August with two weekly flights from Zurich.

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Flights with each airline are subject to travel restrictions by the United States and the respective governments of each destination.

Thirteen other airlines, according to Miami airport authorities, never stopped flying or had resumed previously scheduled service.

These are American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, LATAM Airlines, United Airlines, Aeromexico, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, Eastern Airlines, Iberia, Lufthansa, TAP Air Portugal and Aerolíneas Turcas.

Because airline schedules are subject to change due to the coronavirus pandemic, passengers should confirm flight availability with their airline.

By Univision

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