Coronavirus | Airlines to begin repatriating stranded Argentines on Wednesday

The Aerolineas Argentinas first flight destined to repatriate Argentine residents who are abroad, as part of the operation after the travel restrictions of the United States, Europe and other countries imposed by the national government, will be Wednesday the 18th in Miami, as reported by the company.

Airlines authorities are drawing up a schedule for the remaining destinations that will be released in the next few hours.

“Until March 16, we will be carrying out the operation of flights as we had planned and with the aim of repatriating as many Argentines as possible. Starting Tuesday, being the only ones authorized to make flights, we are planning how they will be carried out to bring to all the people who could not advance their flights back to Argentina, “the president of Airlines, Pablo Ceriani, explained yesterday.

In addition, he said that they enabled “new care channels as a WhatsApp line and they are also working very hard in our offices abroad to resolve the situation so that we can meet all Argentines who need to resolve their situation. “

“We are currently talking with other companies to launch special operations and respond to passengers who do not have a ticket by Aerolineas Argentinas and who, if they do not return before March 16, they will not be able to do so in the companies that booked“he concluded.