RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina could resume international commercial flights in October, the transport ministry said, following the approval of the new passenger and airport protocols for international travel by the Ministry of Health, the prerequisites for lifting a strict travel ban
The start of flights next month, both domestic and international, would give companies the 30 days they need to prepare for the restart of their operations.
However “the president has the final decision,” Transport Minister Mario Meoni cautioned.
“In the next few days, we will be able to announce the return of international flights. All of this takes . . .