Aerolineas Argentinas announced this Friday four new special flights that will depart from Buenos Aires to Paraguay, Chile, Brazil and Mexico. The flights will take foreign residents back to their countries and will return with Argentine citizens who, in many cases, were stranded by the advance of the coronavirus pandemic.
Destinations will be Asunción, Santiago, San Pablo and Cancún, and those interested can buy tickets from the Airlines website, without having to sign up for any list at the consulate, according to the company.
The first of the flights will depart on July 15 to Asunción, the second will do on 25 to Santiago de Chile and the next day, another to San Pablo. All three will be carried out with Embraer 190 aircraft and with a capacity for 97 passengers.
Finally, on July 30, a fourth special flight to Cancun will depart from Buenos Aires, but in that case it will be with an Airbus 330 with capacity for 270 passengers.
The flag carrier also reported that a flight from Shanghai, China arrived in the country this Friday, while on Saturday night flight AR1302 will depart for Miami, United States.
Until now, Aerolíneas Argentinas has made 120 special flights to 16 countries, in which almost 30,000 Argentines have been able to return.
In addition, the company has carried out 34 flights to Shanghai with the aim of bringing health supplies in the fight against the global pandemic.