The Chilean-Brazilian airline Latam, which last year closed its subsidiary in Argentina in the midst of a pandemic, announced this Friday that it will resume its international flights from Aeroparque “Jorge Newbery”, Córdoba and Mendoza, to Chile, Brazil and Peru.
The airline will resume its flights from Aeroparque and Mendoza in mid-October and plans to restart its international operations from Córdoba as of November 15.
“Resuming our international operation from Aeroparque, Mendoza and Córdoba is excellent news for the country’s connectivity, allowing us to unite Argentina with the region and at the same time provide a better service offer for our passengers, also benefiting regional economies,” he said. Javier Macías, Commercial Manager of Latam Airlines in Argentina.
In addition, during the second half of October, the airline will operate from Ezeiza with 12 frequencies to and from Sao Paulo, 10 frequencies to and from Lima and nine frequencies to and from Santiago de Chile. From Ezeiza, Mendoza and Córdoba, the flights will be able to connect to the different destinations in the world in which the airline operates.
The announcement responds to the elimination of one of the restrictions that was in force in Argentina for international travel: from October 19 the entry quota for international passengers has been lifted and airlines seek to expand their operations for the 2022 season. In this new scenario, the Chilean-Brazilian airline reported the flights authorized by the National Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC) for the second half of October.