Aerolíneas Argentinas announced its international flights program for summer season.

Aerolíneas Argentinas has announced its international flights scheduled for the summer season with a considerable increase in flights and frequencies offered per destination.

See also: Alitalia will resume flights to Brazil and Argentina in December.

The schedule includes the return of destinations like Rome, New York, Bogota, Cancún, Punta Cana and Salvador de Bahía; flights to these destinations had been cancelled as a result of the restrictions imposed due to the pandemic or had been operated by Aerolíneas Argentinas as special repatriation flights only.

The scheduled flights are the following:

-New York: 2 weekly flights from January to March.

-Miami: 5 weekly flights in December and 6 weekly flights from January to March.

-Rome: 2 weekly flights from January to March.

-Madrid: 1 weekly flight in December and 4 weekly flights from January to March.

-Bogota: 1 weekly flight in December and 2 weekly flights from January to March

-Lima: 5 weekly flights from January to March

-Cancún: 1 weekly flight in December and 3 weekly flights from January to March.

-Punta Cana: 1 weekly flight in December and 3 weekly flights from January to March.

-Río de Janeiro: 7 weekly flights in December and 14 weekly flights from January to March.

-São Paulo: 14 weekly flights from December to March.

-Florianopolis: 4 weekly flights from January to March.

-Salvador de Bahía: 2 weekly flights from December to March.

-Porto Alegre: 2 weekly flights in January and February and 3 weekly flights in March.

-Curitiba: 3 weekly flights in March.

-Santiago de Chile: 7 weekly flights in December and 14 weekly flights from January to March.

-Asunción: 7 weekly flights from January to March.

-Santa Cruz de la Sierra: 2 weekly flights in December and 4 weekly flights from January to March.

-Montevideo: 3 weekly flights in December and 7 weekly flights from January to March.

-Punta del Este: 7 weekly flights from January to March.

All tickets for international flights bought from November 2 up to April 2, 2021 will include Assist Card insurance in case of a positive test result for COVID-19 while abroad.

This insurance is a mandatory condition required by many countries to enter their territory.

“These flights will allow us to continue to pursue some of the goals that we established at the beginning of our management, which are aimed at strengthening the international network. It is important both for Aerolíneas Argentinas and for the country to continue to normalize our operations”, said Pablo Ceriani, President of Aerolíneas Argentinas.

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