The number of flights from abroad grew by 94% since the reopening of the entry of foreigners into the country, ordered on November 1 by the national government within the framework of the improvement of health indicators, reported the Ministry of Transport of the Nation.In July, when greater restrictions were in force to the sector as a result of the increase in cases of coronavirus, during the first 8 days of the month, 24 arrivals were registered, according to the National Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC).
✈️ INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTSIn the first 7 days with total reopening of borders to foreigners and tourists from all over the world, 217 flights will arrive in the country, representing a significant increase compared to the 24 operations of the first week of July#AperturaInternacional pic.twitter.com/JHqtInpfHE — Ministry of Transport (@MindeTransporte)
November 5, 2021
After the reopening, “there was a sustained growth in the arrival of flights from abroad. There are already more than 400 scheduled arrivals so far in November and added countries of origin, “said the Transport portfolio.According to official information, so far in November more than 400 international flights to Argentina were registered, which included the operation of more than 20 companies from abroad, connecting the national territory with more than 15 countries. For its part, the National Directorate of Migration (DNM) reported that since November 1, in the first week of the month, 14,949 people entered Argentina for tourism.