December 30, 2021
The Air France KLM Group will increase flight frequencies from Paris and Amsterdam to Buenos Aires to five weeks.
Flights between Ezeiza and Charles de Gaulle Airport in the French capital will be increased from 3 to 5 from January 10.
Air France, which currently operates three weekly passenger flights, will add two flights from January 10, linking Buenos Aires with Paris five times a week.
KLM, meanwhile, which currently operates four weekly passenger flights, will add a frequency in February, connecting Buenos Aires with Amsterdam five times a week.
The operation in this regime is confirmed until March, according to the authorizations of Argentina, and subject to modifications, specify the airlines.
From Argentina, “Air France and KLM offer connections via Paris and Amsterdam to more than 250 destinations around the world; the applicable health requirements are exclusively those of the final destination, which simplifies the connection, “they indicate.
For example, they point out, “if a person travels from Argentina to Spain or Italy as a final destination, they must meet the sanitary conditions required in Spain or Italy only, since the sanitary requirements of France and the Netherlands do not apply to connections.”
Before traveling, airlines recommend that their customers contact the relevant authorities of their countries of departure, destination and transit to verify entry and stay requirements.
To check the health and migration requirements of your destination and transit countries, consult the Air France or KLM Traveldoc sites.
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