American Airlines recovers 100% of its frequencies to Buenos Aires.

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American Airlines confirmed that as of November 1 it will recover 100% of its pre-pandemic flights from Dallas, New York and Miami to Argentina.

American will operate four daily flights to Ezeiza airport in Buenos Aires: two from Miami, one from Dallas-Fort Worth and one from New York.

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According to El Clarín, the decision was taken at the time of the total reopening of borders that starts on the same day, generating a large number of seats available for the arrival of North American tourists to Argentina.

The announcement was confirmed after the meeting held in the United States by the executive secretary of the Institute for Tourism Promotion (Inprotur), Ricardo Sosa, with Haydee Blanco, regional director of American Airlines for the United States, Latin America, Central America, Guyana and Suriname, and the sales manager for Argentina and Uruguay, Duncan Patterson.

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