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Aerolineas adds two new flights to Cancun and Punta Cana

13 April, 2020

Aerolíneas Argentinas announced 2 new exceptional flights from Cancun and Punta Cana, scheduled for April 15 and April 16, respectively.

Both flights will be operated with Airbus 330–200 aircraft, which implies that a total of 530 seats will be available for Argentine people who are still stranded abroad.

It is important to highlight that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship is the authority that defines the lists of passengers based upon the priorities established by health protocols. Said modality applies to exceptional flights. That is why passengers have been asked to make their requests through the consular offices, since the Company will not issue bookings or commercialize the flight through its sales channels.

Having confirmed these new flights, so far there is an aggregate of 6 exceptional flights (2 from Cancun, 2 from Punta Cana, 1 from Bogota and 1 from Quito). In this second stage, Aerolíneas has made available more than 1500 seats for Argentine people willing to return to the country.

During the first stage of the special flights operation which took place between March 18 and 27, 44 special flights were operated, allowing for more than 14,000 passengers to return to the country. Flights were operated from Río de Janeiro, Florianopolis, São Paulo, Porto Seguro, San Salvador de Bahía, Bogota, Lima, Miami, Madrid, Cancun and Punta Cana.

In line with the Plan for the Gradual, Planned and Safe Reopening of Borders laid down by the Argentine Government, flights will be scheduled one by one, in order to regulate the flow of people entering the country and to ensure compliance with health and preventive isolation measures.

This new operation of special flights by Aerolíneas Argentinas is part of the “safe corridors” policy implemented by the Argentine Executive Branch, which provides for a maximum of 700 people re-entering the country by air on a daily basis. Additionally, it is worth mentioning that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship will continue to coordinate boarding priority decisions according to age, health issues or humanitarian reasons.

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