RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina resumed regular domestic flights this week after an interruption of seven months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, within a format of restrictions and health protocols limiting operations.
“The revival of connectivity will be gradual, giving priority to health,” declared the Transport Ministry, only allowing essential workers and persons needing to travel for health reasons to board flights for now.
Jujuy was the first Aerolíneas Argentinas destination out of Buenos Aires's Ezeiza Airport on Thursday, with a further three flights to Mendoza, Tucumán and Tierra del Fuego later the same day. The . . .