GREEN SHOOTS for Denmark, Aerolíneas Argentinas and Air France-KLM Group

Updated: Dec 29, 2020

Denmark’s international flight departures have begun to operate again as the country partially re-opens its borders. Since July 4th, Denmark’s borders have been open to tourists from six non-European countries given the same “yellow” or “open” classification as most of Europe. These are Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Thailand. Most countries in Europe are currently classified as “open”, with the exceptions at the time of writing being Portugal and parts of Sweden. The status of European countries is reviewed weekly. Face masks must be work at all times in Danish airports.

Air France-KLM Group has received approval to add a second flight from Paris to Shanghai and a new flight from Amsterdam to Shanghai starting next week.

Aerolineas Argentinas confirmed, since August, the scheduling of 4 flights to Miami and another 4 to Madrid.

As for the Buenos Aires – Madrid – Buenos Aires route, the first flight will depart from Ezeiza airport on August 5th at 12th.10 and will return at 20.10 the next day from Barajas airport. The remaining flights will depart on August 12th, 19th and 26th.

In the case of the Buenos Aires – Miami – Buenos Aires route, the first flight will depart from the Ezeiza airport on August 7th at 11:30 p.m. returning on the morning of the 9th from the Wilcox Field airport. The remaining flights will depart on August 14th, 21st and 28th. At the moment, for the rest of July, the company still has 3 frequencies ahead of Madrid and one with Miami. It is also operating flights to Cancun, San Pablo, Asunción and Santiago de Chile.

Before making any travel plans, please contact the relevant national authorities to check entry and stay requirements in your destination and transit countries

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