The big question: when do flights in Argentina resume? Yes, they are finally back! In this article, I will give you an update about the status, rumors, and special authorized flights. Click here and subscribe to our newsletter and be the first updated.

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For many people, flying is a basic transport to get somewhere. For work or family. Therefore, it’s important to have clear information about the actual status of flights in Argentina. Because the government made a mess of their communication about the restart of flights in Argentina.

What does the law say?

There are two facts: number 1 is de decree that prohibits the entry of foreigners to Argentina. All borders (land, sea, and air) are closed. Only Argentinian citizens and residents can enter Argentina. This still applies!

Number 2 is a decree that prohibits the sale of flight tickets from and to Argentina. Also, the airspace remains closed for regular commercial air traffic. Airlines can request individual authorization, but the decision is made by the Argentinian aviation authorities.

As of October 15th, airlines are back allowed to fly on a regular basis. However, only essential travelers can take those flights. More info below.

Read also: what are COVID-19 measures in Buenos Aires?

What are the flights now to Argentina?

Every passenger flight that lands or takes off in Argentina is individually authorized by the aviation authorities ) also known as “vuelos especiales”. The airline needs to apply for a permit for each flight in Argentina. When approved they open the sales on their website or call center.

Airlines are back allowed to fly on a regular basis but the government will ask the airlines to file in a request for each flight. Just to have a little bit more control over the incoming traffic.

Read also: where to stay in Buenos Aires?

When will the regular flights resume in Argentina?

That’s was for long a big question. The Argentinian government are masters in miscommunication or not communicating at all. On top of that, enough quotes of politicians in newspapers but you need to have a legal and officially published announcement.

But finally, there was light. As of October 15th, 2020 airlines are allowed to fly back to Argentina on a regular basis. This is for domestic and international routes.

However, only essential travelers are allowed to board the plane. More below in the article.

Passenger locator form

Don’t forget to complete the passenger locator form when you will enter or leave Argentina. We explained everything in the article: current COVID-19 measures in Argentina. Everybody that travels from outside Argentina needs to go into 14 days of self-isolation. This rule still is in power.

Read also: the passenger locator form explained + link to form

What is ok for an essential trip?

Only essential travelers can board the plane now. It’s unclear if this applies only on domestic flights or also international. More news later.

Following trips are essential:

  • You are a health or government worker
  • You work in a service that is considered essential, in a communication medium or you provide teaching or non-teaching staff in an educational institution authorized to resume activities
  • You are a commercial, banking, financial services provider, health insurance or credit union, liberal professional (accountant, attorney), psychologist, factory worker, authorized sports or private residence
  • You work in infrastructure maintenance, transport of people and goods, telecommunications, public, private or energy works
    You accompany minors, the elderly, or the disabled
  • For emergencies, unforeseen situations, or calamities; to attend medical appointments, perform procedures that cannot be postponed or rescheduled (24 hours)
  • To assist family members, the elderly or people with disabilities; for divorced parents who have to transfer their sons or daughters (24 hours)
  • For long-term medical treatment
  • For the recreational practice of an authorized individual sport, training of an athlete or a national representation of an authorized federation or attending an authorized event

It’s mandatory to complete the “circular” form:

When are the special flights in October?

October is getting closer. However, nothing has been confirmed for regular international flights. Several airlines already asked for permission to fly in October under the special regulations.

American Airlines

American Airlines will start flying daily from Miami to Buenos Aires. Starting from October 8th.

Aerolineas Argentinas

  • Buenos Aires – Miami: four times per week
  • Buenos Aires – New York: 1, 15, and 29 October.
  • Buenos Aires – Madrid: two times per week
  • Buenos Aires – Sao Paulo: four times per week


  • Houston – Buenos Aires: 2 and 9 October
  • Buenos Aires – Houston: 4 and 11 October


  • Frankfurt – Buenos Aires: 10 and 17 October.
  • Buenos Aires – Frankfurt: 13 and 20 October.


  • Madrid – Buenos Aires: 3, 5, 10, 15, 17, 19, 24, 26, and 30 October.
  • Buenos Aires – Madrid: 4, 5, 10, 15, 17, 19, 24, 27 and 31 October.

Air Europa

  • Buenos Aires – Madrid: 4, 11, 18, and 25 October.
  • Madrid – Buenos Aires: 3, 10, 17, 24, and 30 October.

British Airways

  • London – Buenos Aires: 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, and 24 October.


  • Barcelona –  Buenos Aires: 4, 9, 13, 18, 23, and 27 October.
  • Buenos Aires – Barcelona: 5, 10, 14, 19, 24, and 28 October.


  • Amsterdam – Buenos Aires: 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, and 23 October.
  • Buenos Aires – Amsterdam: 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, and 25 October.

Air France

  • Paris – Buenos Aires:  3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28 and 31 October.
  • Buenos Aires – Paris: 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, and 31 October.

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  1. Hi Glenn!

    I am an Argentinian resident in Buenos Aires. My husband is an American citizen and is now in North Carolina. Can I theoretically travel to the US to see him now?
    Thanks in advance!

  2. Hello,
    How can I apply for a special flight? Do I just use that circular online application? Can I apply to visit my spouse and family? This is getting too out of hand. People need to see their family.

    • Hi Kel, indeed the situation is disproportionate. But the borders remain for foreigners. I sincerely hope that the government will take this into account in the next announcement.

      The special flights – which normally stop shortly and become regular again – are for sale to the public. The airline does not take any responsibility in this if you ultimately cannot enter Argentina because the borders are closed to foreigners.

      I would wait a while before booking a flight (at short notice). And wait until the message comes that the borders have been opened again.

      You only need the circular application if you want to travel from the city to another province.

  3. Adam Sturges Reply


    Do you know how long these ‘special’ flights are being confirmed for yet?

    At the moment we have a flight on the 6th November but may want to bring this earlier.

    British Airways
    London – Buenos Aires: 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, and 24 October.

    Are they any later than this at the moment?

    • Hi Adam 👋, good news. The government just published a law that makes flying on a regular schedule in Argentina back possible. Airlines will adapt their flight schedule to the new situation. The special flights published earlier this month are confirmed.

    • Adrian Service Reply

      I am booked on a flight on 31/10 purchased a few days ago.
      I contacted Ezeiza to ask if the flight arrivals I saw on their website AA, BA, KLM, Lufthansa etc. were ‘special’ or normal commercial flights. This was two days ago. They said all commercial flights banned so had to assume special.
      I contacted BA to ask if flights were special or commercial and they said commercial, so the opposite reply.
      I specifically asked about my flight on 31/10 and told it is normal commercial flight…
      However once there, it does not seem simple to circulate and abide with the law.
      You must have Circular App on your phone which is to show you have authorisation, don’t know if you have it or not. But regardless I have tried to download app but cannot as my phone is registered in Europe and it seems the App is only available if phone is registered in Argentina.
      Good luck, safe travels.

      • Hi Adrian 👋, there is some misunderstanding. It’s true that commercial flights are banned. In place of that, there are “special” flights. However, airlines see them as normal commercial flights as the ticket sale is open to the public. Up to now, there are only special flights to Argentina. Actually, there is no difference to you as a passenger. The flight is just an individual authorized to land in Argentina.

        About your arrival in Argentina. If you filled in the Jurada Declaracion (not the Circular app), then you agree that you will go into 14 days of self-isolation. You have to mention the address where you will stay. You don’t need more approvals if you are just staying in Buenos Aires city. However, if you want to take a domestic flight to another province, then yes and you need to motivate why you want to fly to another province.


  4. Deryadeniz Sahin Reply

    Hello Glenn, there are flights to mexico now on American Airlines, is it for everyone? I am a Turkish Passport holder, can I take this flight?
    Thank you so much🙏🙏

    • Hi Sahin, I’m only aware of flights with Aeromexico from Buenos Aires to Mexico city. If there are flights, you can leave Argentina without any problem. The border control will allow you to leave the country. Saludos.

  5. Hello Glenn, it is not completely true that you cannot fly to Europe as an Argentinian. You can, if you can demonstrate a good reason. Tourism is not a good reason, at least not during the pandemic. Germany, for instance, will allow entry to highly qualified people with a work visa if they can credibly show that their presence is essential. The German embassy in Buenos Aires still (or again) issues work visas. There would be no point doing so, if nobody could enter. The decision on letting someone in ultimately rests with the border police at the point of entry. However, it is highly unlikely that they would turn you back after a 13 hour flight if you have a valid visa and a letter stating that your presence is essential. Moreover, not everyone would necessarily enter Germany directly from Argentina. If you have a stopover in Madrid or Amsterdam, then you are dealing with Spanish or Dutch authorities, and they are even less likely to turn you back with a valid German visa. It is hard enough for them to keep up to date with Dutch entry rules, much less will the keep in touch with German entry rules, which even Germans don’t fully understand because many federal states and even individual cities make their own rules. Once you are through the Schengen border in Madrid or Amsterdam, there are no more border controls. You WILL need to fill out a landing questionnaire, which the airline collects and passes on the the health authorities. These can check up on you to make sure you comply with quarantine rules. So, yes, it is a bit inconvenient but not impossible – at least not if you can find a flight. Gabriel

    • Hi Gabriel, that’s why I always mention that the passenger – in this case, the Argentinian citizen – is responsible to comply with the travel restrictions of the country of destination. Maybe I need to clarify more that the passenger also needs to comply with the first border control in the Schengen zone. The Argentinian border control will let Argentinians pass without any problem but the passenger needs to check the restrictions of the destination. Saludos

  6. Hi, I read somewhere that flights had to be authorized 1 month before. Is that the case and is there a list available to view?

    • Hi Drew 👋, the list of flights is available on this page. Indeed, the regular flight route needs to be approved one month in advance. That’s what the procedure is. However, the government maybe can make an exception. Let’s see how it goes. Maybe behind the scenes, something is moving but nothing is reported by the news. That normally always knows something 🙂

  7. Hi Glenn,

    Didn’t go through all the comments people posted, but even after reading some of them it’s still unclear whether those special flights you listed above are for Argentinian citizens only or also for tourists. I mean, special flights there have been since the pandemic started so that Argentinians return home, right? So, I thoughts those were for tourists too. But then you say that nothing is certain until the 11th, right?

    Thanks in advance!

    • Hi Ana-Maria 👋, the airline can sell tickets to everyone. But it’s the responsibility of the passenger to check and follow the entry restrictions of the country of arrival. In this case, Argentina doesn’t allow foreigners (tourists) to enter.

      Theoretically, you can book a ticket on one of the special flights but you will get denied access to Argentina as soon you arrive. The airline doesn’t take any responsibility for that.

      On October 11th, the government will give an update about the travel restrictions. And then we are hoping that foreigners are welcome back again. However, it doesn’t look very good for international tourism in Argentina. Even national citizens are not allowed to travel nowadays.


  8. I am a US citizen presently in Mexico and my fiancé lives in Argentina and I am waiting to be able to fly to Bariloche to be together with her. I am also applying for a pensioners visa. But my question is when international flights begin will that only be for residents or could it be for someone like myself as well to return to my fiancé who is an Argentinian citizen

    • Hi Wayne 👋, if we can believe the government, the commercial international flights should resume before October 15th. However, I don’t believe that foreigners will be allowed to enter Argentina. The flights will be only available for Argentinian residents (DNI & Passport holders). Your fiancé can leave Argentina without any problem. Also, she can return. Saludos.

  9. Hi Glenn

    We’re due to take a domestic flight to Buenos Aires late October and then depart Argentina on an international flight the next day. Do you know where we can find the rules for what we need to do? medical form? Test? Travel permit? Also where to find the isolation rules for when we return? Can’t seem to find any official details?


    • Hi Ally, I wrote an article about the COVID-19 measures in Argentina. Click here. Also, the passenger locator form and a link is there with extra information. Currently, the government doesn’t ask for a PCR test. Only the 14-day self-isolation. There is no protocol if you have a layover or shortstop in Argentina. Let’s hope that we get more info soon (probably around October 11th). Saludos

      • Hi Ally

        My wife and I are planning to book a trip from Rosario to Cape Town in early December via Turkish Airlines. Our first leg will also be a domestic flight from Rosario to Buenos Aires, with a short layover in Buenos Aires. I would really appreciate it if you could forward us any information you receive. We are currently holding off on booking the flight because of the uncertainties. Thanks so much.

        • Hi Jan 👋, the government just published the decree that domestic flights will be possible. You will be always allowed to take a flight to Buenos Aires to take your flight out of the country. More information about the permission is here: Saludos

  10. Hi Glenn,
    My boyfriend who is Argentinian wants to travel to see me in England in January 2020. Do you think he will be able to travel in the new year?

    • Hi Mollie 👋, he can leave and enter Argentina at any moment. It all depends on the travel restriction in the U.K. I’m not informed about the situation in the U.K. But a couple of weeks before he can check the current travel restrictions at the destination. There will be flights to Europe, as there are flights now. Currently, there is no direct connection between Argentina and the U.K. British Airways didn’t announce anything. Saludos

      • Alessandro Reply

        Hi Glen,

        I believe British Airways too has some special flights to LHR-EZE. There are 4 departures weekly and regularly (down from the 7 pre-covid), each way, starting the 3rd of October. Tickets are purchasable in their website.

        • Hi Alessandro 👋, you were a little bit faster getting that info :-p. But indeed British Airways will start to fly again to Argentina. I updated the page 🙂

    • Hi Glenn

      I took a quick look at the “circular” form and there is no mention made of “Air travel” and also no option to select for ” Returning to own country / flying out of country”. Do we still need to fill in the form even though we’ll fly from Rosario to Buenos Aires (short layover of 4 hours) and then fly out of the country.

  11. Annalise Penny Reply

    Hi Glenn!
    Thank you for the information. This is the best information site on flights you can find anywhere 🙂
    I am just wondering with all the flights going to Miami at the moment is it possible for Argentines to obtain a visa to go to the US for a short stay? I assume they need a B2 visa but is that possible right now?

    Many thanks.

    • Hi Annalise 👋, thank you! The US embassy in Buenos Aires isn’t open yet. So, they don’t process any visa right now. They will communicate on their Twitter account when the embassy will resume. Saludos.

      • Hi Glenn – if you already have a visa to the US (Argentina citizen), are there any special protocols to follow before booking a flight to the US?

        Thank you!

    • Darryl V Chow Reply

      Hi Glenn:

      As others have mentioned thank you for supplying travel information during these difficult times. I have missed several opportunity to fly Air Canada out of Buenos Aires in an effort to return home. The dillema of course, is that there are no domestic flights Cordoba to EZE. Are you aware of any other alternative means of getting to Buenos Airport from Cordoba. I have another opportunity in late October and would hope to catch that flight back to Canada.


      Darryl Chow

  12. Hi Glen
    This site has been a bit of a lifesaver in terms of keeping up to date on what is, or might be, going on in Argentina re international travel. I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction for information regarding domestic travel. I understand normal travel between provinces is currently prohibited. I’m considering taking a special flight to BsAs (have a DNI have been advised by my lawyer I can travel) but I live and work in Cordoba province and my address is still registered in BsAs. Do you know where I might apply for a permission to travel between provinces, I can prove I work in Cordoba. Any help/info greatly appreciated. Thanks

    • Hi, the government has not yet published the terms of essential travel. I suspect travel for work will be considered essential. But the right conditions are not yet known. I think everything will go through the CuidAR application later. But waiting for more info about that. Saludos

    • Adnie Marte Reply

      Thank you Glenn for your research and hard work. You have save me from being stranded in the border. I had a trip book for Octuber 5. I do not have my DNI. Just my US Passport. Would had been stranded.. !!!!Thank You!!!!
      I miss my Fiance though :/

  13. Hola Glenn,
    I have dual citizenship in the U.S.and Argentina. I have a round trip ticket with American Airlines for October 8th, arriving the 9th, and returning to California, where I live, on October 18th. The reason for the trip is to pick my Mom up and accompany her back to the U.S.
    My question is whether I will be allowed to depart Buenos Aires on Oct.18th since I will not have not completed the 14-day quarantine. I assumed that since I was sold the tickets by AA it would be ok, but I feel I might need approval from some government office, and perhaps a Covid-19 test prior to departing Buenos Aires. I don’t want to leave this to chance! DO you have any information that might help me? Calling the airline, or looking on the U.S. embassy website hasn’t helped. I have not read anything related to this dilemma anywhere, so I really appreciate your help!!!

    • Hi Cristina 👋, that’s indeed a difficult case but Argentina is sometimes flexible if you show some documents to motivate your opinion. (This doesn’t apply for persons that don’t have a DNI/passport because the access will be denied).

      I suggest taking a COVID-19 test 72hrs before your arrival in Argentina. And to be sure you can also take a COVID-19 test and a doctor’s certificate declaring that you don’t have any symptoms. This 72hrs before leaving Argentina. With that, you can motivate your reason.

      But still, be aware that this is not according to the law to terminate the self-isolation earlier.

  14. Claudia Estrada Reply

    Hi Glenn i have my flight booked for Oct. 11 i will be getting married in Argentina. But all this situation has not let me return to Argentina. And im a US Citizen. Is it pissible that the borders will open by Oct. 11. Or is there any special permit i can request since i have i have my property there and need to sign certain paper work.

    • Hi Claudia 👋, the only way a foreigner can enter Argentina is by having a DNI (national ID number) = residency. There are exceptions but they don’t apply to your case. (Exceptions are: airline/ship crew members, medical transport, international cargo crew).

      Even if you have a house in Argentina but you don’t have a DNI, you will not be allowed to enter the country. They are very strict in that.

      The borders of Argentina are closed until October 11th. A couple of days before they will announce if the restriction will be extended or not. Then the new rules will start on October 12th.

      Best regards

  15. Good afternoon,
    Just found your site by accident!! It’s great!
    Here’s my question, I’m an American citizen, my mom lives in Argentina ( she was born there) however I don’t have Argentinian docs, I do have flight schedule for 9/30 miami/ chile, arriving in Chile on October 1 and then Chile/ Buenos Aires, do you think foreigners will be allowed to enter by then? I can’t find a coherent answer from anybody. Thank you !

    • Hi, thanks. The borders are closed until October 11th, 2020 for all foreigners. There are no exceptions for family. You really need an Argentinian ID before you can enter the country.

      Let’s hope that the restrictions will ease after October 11th.


    • Hi,

      Can you please update us what happened in your case? Did you postpone your flight or did you manage to arrange getting in Argentina?

    • Hi Ty 👋, the borders of Argentina are officially closed until October 11th, 2020 for all foreigners. The decree is published. You can find the latest information here. I always link to the official laws published in the state gazette.

      Argentina is currently the epic-center of Latin-America. Of all tests taken, more then 50% returns positive. At this moment more cases are detected outside the city of Buenos Aires. For Buenos Aires city the situation is stabilizing. Now more cases are showing up in the North of the country. But, sadly there is a lack of good health infrastructure.

      Let’s see if Buenos Aires city can bend the curve further down.

  16. Hi Glenn,

    You say the president should be holding a press conference today regarding the status of flights, do you know what time that will be held?

    • Hi Sally 👋, the current restrictions are valid until September 20th. Mostly, the presidents made his announcement 1-2 days before the end of the current restrictions. Maybe optimistic to hope for today but I expect September 19th. I will inform here directly if there is any news 😊.

  17. Hi Glenn!
    Really appreciate the updates!
    You posted a comment 5 days ago saying the entry ban for foreigners ends on the 20th of September, is this still the case? Struggling to find concrete information. Hoping to travel to Buenos Aires ASAP as my partner is Argentinean. However I’m skeptical about booking flights as I’ve already been burned.

    • Hi Padraig, I expect a press conference of the president this week. Probably with more news if the entry ban gets extended. I keep you informed 😊

  18. Daniel Karcher Reply

    hola glen yo naci en argentina soy residente argentino pero vivo en usa tengo residencia americana puedo viajar ahora, y tambien tengo que hacer cuarentena en el pais voy a quedarme dos semanas de un amigo que vive en san martin provincia ///

  19. I have a flight on sept 19 to Buenos Aires to arrive the 20th i only have passport..are they allowing u.s. citizens to enter border?

    • Hi David, the entry ban for foreigners ends on September 20. It will not be possible to enter Argentina. Saludos.

  20. Thanks Glenn! I’m About to buy my ticket London – Buenos Aires (I’m Argentinian) for November. Do you think is best to wait?

    • Hi Maria, you can buy it at any moment. If the ticket price is good, you can buy it. If they cancel the flight, then the airline will reschedule your flight without costs. But afterward, you had a ticket at an interesting price. It’s a risk that you take if the flight gets canceled. We don’t know anything yet about the international flights for November.

  21. I finally cancelled my October Buenos Aires trip. It was just getting too exasperating to follow all this.

    I have a credit from the apartment that I have to use within a year, so maybe I’ll do it then but not until there is some certainty.

    • Deryadeniz Sahin Reply

      Hi Glenn! Thank God I found you🙏🙏 you have great information, thank you so much.
      Well, here is my question: As a Turkish passport holder, is it possible to fly to Mexico or to Miami from Buenos Aires( I have been trapped here for 6 months) , have you got any idea?
      Thank you in advanced🙏🙏

      • Hi Sahin 👋, thank you for the nice comment.
        Currently, there are flights to Miami with Aerolineas Argentinas and American Airlines.

        If Turkey if your final destination, then you can take any flight but the connection need to be to Turkey. For example, if your destination is Istanbul, then you can take a flight with Iberia with a stopover in Madrid.

        Best way to check is on the airlines website what connections are available.


        • Deryadeniz Sahin Reply

          No Glenn, I don’t have any plan to go back to Turkey, I just want to fly to Mexico, there is flight on the 25th of September so the question is whether these flights are for just Argentinians or anybody?
          Thank you again🙏🙏

          • Glenn

            Everyone can book a flight ticket on the special flights. I think Mexico don’t have any regulations. So I suppose you can enter the country. Have fun!

      • Hi Glenn!

        Thanks for keeping us posted as things develop! Two questions…

        1) Have you heard anything about when regional travel will open – particularly into BA? Specifically, we are in Rio Negro and need to get our son’s passport renewed (US embassy) by the end of December.

        2) We are thinking of booking a (refundable) cruise that leaves from Ushuaia on March 19 2021. Think the cruise will happen and the port will be open??

        Thanks for your perspective:)


        • Hi Jane 👋, Aerolineas Argentinas published a schedule for regular flights in October. But the president and each province governor need to give their approval for the flights. We are waiting for that, so Aerolineas can start.

          March 2021, is still far away but I suppose it will be possible. And if it’s refundable, why not :-).

  22. Hi Glenn! Are you aware of the requirements, if any, to book a special flight? Is there any special documentation required. In this situation it is an Argentinian citizen traveling to US or Mexico.


    • Hi Brandon 👋, the ticket sales for special flights are public. You can book them directly on the airline’s website. It’s the passenger’s responsibility to check if they are allowed to enter the country of destination. To be sure, you can check the US of Mexico’s government regulations. Currently, the US embassy in Buenos Aires is closed and processing visas are suspended. Cheers.

  23. Great website! My wife and I are currently booked on United Airlines to travel to BA on October 21. Your blog does not mention United Airlines. Are they flying to Argentina in late October or not? Thanks.

    • Hi Jordan 👋, in July United airlines announced that they will start with a daily flight to Houston starting on October 1st. But the situation changed over a month completely. We didn’t receive any new updates about United. Mid-September we expect that airlines will publish their plans for October. Cheers.

  24. Adrienne Tabakow Reply

    Hello, I have researched with no success, is it possible for an Argentinian citizen to fly to the states any time soon?

    • Hi Adrienne 👋, there are no restrictions for Argentinians to leave the country. But Argentinians need to check if they are allowed to enter the country of destination. There are flights in September to the USA. Aerolineas Argentinas and American Airlines are flying both to Miami (the only destination in the USA right now). Saludos!

  25. Hello Glenn!👋

    First, excellent website this, was a relief to across it a few weeks ago!

    Question – in terms of the ‘vuelos especiales’ is there any special permit required to travel on these/enter Argentina on arrival, or are they reserved for specific persons?

    I’ve found some flights on Air France via Amsterdam, but before I go any further I’m scratching around (with little luck!) to find out if I’m missing a trick somewhere…

    Cheers, and thanks again


    • Hi Tom 👋, thanks! Watch out because actually anyone can book a ticket for a “special flight” because the ticket sale is public. But only Argentinian citizens/residents can enter the country.

      If you don’t have a DNI or Argentinian passport, your entrance will be denied. Of course, the airline will control before you board the plane but in the worst case you land in Buenos Aires and you will not be allowed to enter the country. The borders currently closed until September 20th for all foreigners.


      • Thanks Glenn, exactly the information I needed!👌😁

        Muchas gracias

        • Glenn,

          “The borders currently closed until September 20th for all foreigners.”

          I’m a US citizen only with a passport. Will I be allowed in on the 20th (this is when the plane lands in Buenos Aires)?


  26. Hi Glen My wife and I are booked to fly with British Airways on December 04 for our 6th trip to Argentina.Had internal flights with Latam from Aeroparque All cancelled so rebooked with Aerolineus All accommodation pre booked including my 60 th birthday at Colome and trekking down in El Chalten and Torres del Paine.We are spending the last week in Uruguay is the Buquebus running? Just thinking of all the wonderful places we hope it comes off! Great website Regards Geoff

    • Hi Geoff, great plans ahead. Let’s hope we have soon some more news about international tourism. Currently, Buquebus operates on specific dates but only Argentinians or Uruguayans can book a ticket. It will all depend on when the borders will reopen to foreigners. Let’s hope soon. 😊

  27. Still no word from Norwegian on whether they will be operating from Ezeiza again in spite of my messages to them on Twitter.
    The lack of information from this government isn’t surprising and simply fits their modus operandi.

    • Hi Marc 👋, indeed Norwegian didn’t announce anything about their return to Buenos Aires. Also, up to today, the government didn’t officially communicate that the regular flights in September will not be possible. The airlines are gambling in the idea that their request for “special” flights will be approved. A reason why the ticket sales of KLM, Iberia, Air France are not online yet. And this a couple of days before September 1st.

      Waiting, waiting, … 😕

  28. I’m living in Europe now and from what I see Argentinians have to quarantine, but they are indeed allowed to fly to Europe.

  29. Nigel Jones-Morris Reply

    Hi Glenn

    I appreciate your updates. We currently have longstanding flights booked to Buenos Aires for 30th September, not looking too hopeful at the moment :/

    It was supposed to be the first leg of a round the world trip. I have my fingers crossed for the slight chance of us being allowed in. We’d be happy to be tested AND quarantine for 14 days, so our view is that we’d present minimal risk to the Argentine people.

    Hey ho, what will be will be 🙂

    • Hi Nigel, glad to give the updates. I hope you can start soon your world trip. Sounds amazing. Cheers.

  30. Glenn:

    Thank you for your updates; I am optimistic about a return to Buenos Aires and your writings have provided me with some of the best guidance (not necessarily comfort, jaja) on the web.



    • Hi Jack 👋, glad to help you. We all hope for the best and the government communicate soon. Saludos.

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