Peru: Lima Airport resumes operations after accident

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Jorge Chávez Airport in Lima (Peru) resumed operations after the accident that occurred last Friday, when a fire truck collided with a LATAM airplane as it was taking off, leaving two people dead.

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Around 1:30 a.m. this Sunday, the airport informed through its official Twitter account that its operations were reestablished, both for domestic and international flights.

“We urge passengers to contact their airlines and/or authorized agencies to reschedule their flights,” the airport added in the publication.

As of Saturday afternoon, LATAM Group had to cancel 367 flights in total.

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