Aerolineas announced its international flight schedule for the summer season with a significant increase in supply, increasing the number of frequencies per destination. The schedule includes the return of Rome, New York, Bogotá, Cancun, Punta Cana and Salvador de Bahía, destinations that the company suspended due to the pandemic.
As reported by the company, the tickets for these flights will include medical insurance for a positive diagnosis of COVID-19 from Assist Card, sure that many countries request as a mandatory condition of entry to their territories. It will cover those tickets purchased between November 2 and until April 2, 2021.
The schedule is as follows:
-New York: 2 weekly flights from January to March
-Miami: 5 weekly flights in December. 6 frequent weeks from January to March.
-Rome: 2 weekly flights from January to March.
-Madrid: 1 weekly flight in December. 4 regular weeks from January to March.
-Punta Cana: 1 weekly flight in December. 3 regular weeks from January to March.
-Rio de Janeiro: 7 weekly flights in December. 14 regular weeks from January to March.
-Santiago de Chile: 7 weekly flights in December. 14 regular weeks from January to March.
-Montevideo: 3 weekly flights in December. 7 regular weeks from January to March.
“With these flights we have the opportunity to return to some of the objectives that we set for ourselves at the beginning of the administration and which have to do with strengthening the international network. It is important for the company and for the country to continue taking steps towards the normalization of the activity ”, described Pablo Ceriani, head of Aerolineas Argentinas.