Aerolineas Argentinas extends its free change policy for international flights.

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Aerolineas Argentinas announced changes in its commercial policy granting a date change free of charges and penalties until April 30, 2022 as long as it respects the original season.

The “superflex” commercial policy established by the company consists in being able to make a single change free of fare difference charges and penalties for all international/regional network tickets issued up to and including June 1 that have not yet been changed.

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The modification introduced will allow passengers to change the date of their ticket to fly until April 30, 2022, leaving the previous date of December 15, 2021 without effect and always respecting the original season.

It is important to note that passengers must define their new date and change their tickets before the expiration date of the ticket, which is one year from the date of issue.

This modification does not apply to domestic tickets, for which the last travel date allowed for not paying fare differences or penalties remains December 15, 2021.

Since last year, Aerolineas Argentinas has pursued a flexible policy allowing passengers to voluntarily change their travel dates at no additional cost.

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