RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina will resume commercial international flights from November and allow tourists to enter from bordering countries, the government said on Friday, as it aims to lift coronavirus restrictions after one of the strictest lockdowns in the world.
Since April, most air traffic has been grounded, with the exception of special outgoing flights for residents and citizens of specified countries, including the United States, and incoming flights for Argentines.
The government extended the lockdown, including the flight ban, several times, prompting criticism from the Airline industry group IATA.
In its official bulletin on Friday, Argentina said regular . . .