Aerolineas Argentinas temporarily suspends flights to four international destinations.

Aerolíneas Argentinas said this Friday that it will suspend its flights to Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) and Cancun (Mexico) between May 16 and August 31, due to restrictions and the health situation.

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In addition, flights to Rio de Janeiro and Santa Cruz de la Sierra will be suspended during May and June. In the case of Brazil, Aerolíneas Argentinas will maintain connectivity to Sao Paulo, operating special flights for Argentines who must return to the country.

“Due to the restrictions caused by the pandemic and the health situation in our country and in some international destinations, we have decided to adapt Aerolíneas Argentinas’ schedule of flights abroad to the difficult situation we are going through,” said Pablo Ceriani, president of the company, through his Twitter account.

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