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A LATAM 767-300 landing in Miami. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Miami is the Most Popular International Route from Chile

In September, 31,851 people were transported on international flights in Chile, mainly to the U.S. The total is 47.9% higher than in August, although it is still at historic lows as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In relation to the same month of last year it represents a fall of 96.3%. According to latercera, at the end of last year, 23 airlines were operating in Chile. Today, that number reaches to 10 and there are 14 operational routes, although…

Peruvian Government Announces Restart of Flights with a Duration Up…

The Peruvian President, Martín Vizcarra, announced on Oct. 21 in a press conference that international flights allowed to enter the country may last up to 8 hours from November, as part of the resumption of international operations that began on Oct. 5. Vizcarra stated that the Government will be stricter…

Paraguay Resumes Commercial Flights

The main Paraguayan international airport, Silvio Pettirossi located in Asunción, resumed its commercial activities on Oct. 21, which were suspended since March 24. The Guaraní airport, located in the city of Minga Guazú, Alto Paraná, also restarted its operations. The official resumption of the commercial routes took place during a…

Copa Progressively Increasing International Operations

Copa Airlines announced its first increase in international operations since November. The carrier plans to connect Panama City, Panama with 35 destinations all over America. The destinations span over a dozen countries from South America, North America and Central America. As the world economy continues to reopen, ALNNEWS highlighted the…

Argentina to Resume Flight Operations in Mid-October

The Argentinian Minister of Transport, Mario Meoni, confirmed on Thursday that in mid-October commercial flights will return and anticipated that the Government is "working to resolve as soon as possible" the normalization of activity. During the inauguration of construction works in a train station in the Province of Buenos Aires,…

LATAM Airlines Increases International Destinations in October

LATAM Airlines and its subsidiaries plan to operate in October between 24% and 26% of its total capacity compared to the same month last year. The carrier plans to operate 440 weekly operations — both domestic and international — compared to the 310 in September, representing an increase of 42%.…

Peru’s International Flights Will Resume From October 5

On Friday 25 Sept. President Martín Vizcarra announced in a press conference that from Oct. 5, as part of phase 4 of an economic reactivation plan, international operations with neighboring countries will be authorized. Within the requirements for entering Peru, passengers are required to submit a negative result to the…

Aeroméxico To Increase Its Operations in October

The month of October will see Aeroméxico operate about 30% more international flights compared to September. With this increase in its operations, the carrier will be operating to 28 destinations in the United States, Canada, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. The Mexican airline made public an announcement,…

Spirit Airlines Becomes First International Carrier to Resume Operations to…

From Sept. 19, Spirit Airlines will restart direct flights from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), to Cartagena, Colombia. Spirit will be the first international airline to resume operations to Colombia. This flight will arrive to Cartagena at 12:36 (UTC-5) and would leave again to Fort Lauderdale at 13:36 (UTC-5). Additionally,…

LATAM Airlines Increasing Subsidiary Operations During September

LATAM Airlines Group reported on Wednesday that it has shown a gradual recovery of its operations in recent months. In April the carrier operated a 5.7% of its capacity, 6.7% in May, 6.4% in June, 9.2% in July, and in August it reached 13.9% of its capacity — measured in…