October 18, 2021

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British Airways to resume flights between Buenos Aires and London in December

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British Airways, United Kingdom Airlines announces that the government of that country has removed some countries from the “red list” due to the high circulation of variants of Govt-19. It will resume a portion of its paths it left behind during the most difficult moments of the epidemic. In that sense, heThe company hopes to rediscover its ways with Buenos Aires for the next Christmas holiday. It wants to fly back to Sao Paulo, Cancun, Johannesburg and Cape Town and hopes to increase its frequencies with Mexico City.

At last it appears that we see the light at the end of a very long tunnel. It’s time to focus on eliminating the need for fully vaccinated travelers to ensure that we do not lose our place on the world stage now that Britain will benefit from this significant reduction of countries on the red list, “he said. Sean Doyle, Chairman and CEO of British Airways.

The British company is trying to regain many of the ways it lost during the epidemics.  (EFE / EPA / DIEGO AZUBEL / file)
The British company is trying to regain many of the ways it lost during the epidemics. (EFE / EPA / DiEGO AZUBEL / file)

At that time, British Airways canceled the direct connection between London and Buenos Aires in March 2021 and the company’s flights would be grounded in Sao Paulo. However, long before this, The company made its last direct route between Argentina and the UK on January 14 this year and left the country. As a result of the complete ban on entry into the United Kingdom by South American residents, among other parts of the world.

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Today most of the world is vaccinated and the number of corona virus cases in Argentina is declining. British Airways, which left Argentina during the epidemic, plans to return home in December.

The company is trying to reunite with the United States, and there is no date to reopen that country’s border, British Airways It plans to increase its frequencies in November and restore routes that have been with American soil.

Another airline has announced plans to return to Argentina Ethiopian Airlines, Mid-September They said they plan to resume contact with the country from December 15 this year. “Even though the planes are subject to government approval, The airline already has 3 weekly channels on the system available for sale on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.“The airline said in a statement at the time.

Air New Zealand is one of the few companies in the country that has no plans to stop flying and return.  (REUTERS / Nigel Marple / File Photo)
Air New Zealand is one of the few companies in the country that has no plans to stop flying and return. (REUTERS / Nigel Marple / File Photo)

One of the most influential exit routes Ladam ArgentinaDisarmed its entire local operation in the midst of the epidemic. Today it is back in the country like any other foreign airline and operates in Ezeiza, Aeroparque, Mendoza and plans to re-launch Cdordoba in the short term. Airlines target Another airline that wants to resume lost routes with Argentina. He has expressed a desire to fly back to Cordoba and Buenos Aires from December. To Rosario and Mendoza from January 2022.

Airlines that have left the country, do not know if they will return

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Norway, The symbol of the local low-price era and the “air revolution” of the Cambodian government, he left Argentina at the end of 2019. Air New Zealand And Qatar AirwaysGlobal companies with limited local presence have announced they will stop flying to the country, not talking about return dates now.

But there are companies that leave the country without announcing whether they will return, There are other airlines that want to fly to Argentina for the first time, A Colombian low-cost case, Viva Air, And a young Brazilian airline, இடபெமிரிம்.

With the gradual easing of global restrictions, the Argentine commercial aviation market is once again positioning itself as an attractive sector for global airlines.

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