"As of November 1 we welcome foreigners from all over the world, who will also not be obliged to carry out quarantine", says the National Institute for Tourism Promotion (Inprotur) of Argentina. These are all the details of the opening of borders.

The current positive sanitary situation, with a significant decrease of contagions and more than 50% of the population with complete vaccination against Covid, allows Argentina to announce to the world the reopening of its borders.

"Given the new normality, thanks to its privileged geography, with numerous natural spaces and a proven respect for social care and distances, as from November 1st, the entry of foreigners from all over the world will be authorized", the Institute points out.

Requirements for entry

Complete vaccination schedule dated at least 14 days before your arrival in the country. This way, you will not be obliged to undergo quarantine.

A negative PCR within 72 hours before entering the country. Those who test positive will have the obligation to remain isolated in the sites determined by the national destinations for such purpose, as defined by the province in its protocol.

The cost of the tests will be borne by the persons entering the country.

All persons leaving the City of Buenos Aires to the interior of the country and returning to the Argentine capital will not be required to undergo testing.

What are the safe corridors today?

Misiones: "Tancredo Neves" Land Border Crossing, Cataratas del Iguazú International Airport (Puerto Iguazú), "San Roque González de Santa Cruz" International Bridge (City of Posadas) and Bernardo de Irigoyen - Dionisio Cerqueira Border Crossing (City of Bernardo de Irigoyen).

Mendoza: Governor Francisco Gabrielli "El Plumerillo" International Airport (City of Mendoza) and Cristo Redentor Land Border Crossing.

Buenos Aires: Ezeiza, Aeroparque and San Fernando International Airports and the port terminals of Buquebus and Colonia Express.

Tierra del Fuego: International Airport "Malvinas Argentinas" of Ushuaia and Port of Ushuaia.

Córdoba: International Airport "Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio Taravella" (Córdoba City).

Entre Ríos: International Bridge Salto Grande Dam - Concordia (Argentina) - Salto (Uruguay). The capacity of 350 people per day, passage enabled from 8 to 16 hours.

Tucumán: International Airport "Teniente Benjamín Matienzo" (San Miguel de Tucumán).

Corrientes: Paso de los Libres (Argentina) - Uruguayana (Brazil) Land Pass.

Events and capacity

Dance clubs were authorized with a 50% capacity and for those persons who have completed the vaccination program at least 14 days before entry.

Massive events of more than 1,000 people were authorized with a 50% capacity.

The limit of stay in the country was normalized based on the pre-pandemic reality. That is to say, according to what the determined visas of each traveler indicate.

Flights from November onwards

Aerolíneas Argentinas: Sao Paulo-Buenos Aires (14 weekly frequencies). Rio de Janeiro-Buenos Aires (3 weekly in November and 4 in December). Asunción-Buenos Aires (2 weekly). Santa Cruz de la Sierra-Buenos Aires (2 weekly). Santiago de Chile-Buenos Aires (14 weekly). Montevideo-Buenos Aires (2 weekly). Punta del Este-Buenos Aires (2 weekly). Santiago de Chile-Mendoza (1 weekly). Madrid-Buenos Aires (4 weekly). Miami-Buenos Aires (9 weekly). New York-Buenos Aires (5 weekly in November and 6 in December). Bogotá-Buenos Aires (3 weekly). Lima-Buenos Aires (3 weekly). Cancun-Buenos Aires (3 weekly). Punta Cana-Buenos Aires (3 weekly).
American Airlines: Miami-Buenos Aires (13 weekly in November and 2 daily in December). New York-Buenos Aires (one daily). Dallas-Buenos Aires (one daily)
Delta Airlines: Atlanta-Buenos Aires (3 weekly in November and 4 in December).
United Airlines: Houston-Buenos Aires (one daily).
Aeromexico: Mexico City-Buenos Aires (5 weekly frequencies).
Air Canada: Toronto-San Pablo-Buenos Aires (5 weekly frequencies from December).
Turkish Airlines: Istanbul-Buenos Aires (6 weekly frequencies).
KLM. Amsterdam-Buenos Aires (4 weekly frequencies).
British Airways: London-Buenos Aires (7 weekly frequencies in December).
Lufthansa: Frankfurt-Buenos Aires (5 weekly frequencies in November and one daily in December).
Copa Airlines: Panama-Buenos Aires (6 weekly frequencies in November and 13 in December).
Ethiopian Airlines. Addis Ababa-Buenos Aires (3 weekly frequencies from December).
Paranair: Asunción-Buenos Aires (7 weekly in November and 11 in December).
Boliviana de Aviación (BoA). Santa Cruz-Buenos Aires (3 weekly in November and daily flight in December)
Avianca: Bogota-Buenos Aires (12 weekly frequencies in November and 2 daily flights in December).
LATAM: San Pablo-Buenos Aires (10 weekly frequencies in November and 11 in December). Sao Paulo-Mendoza (3 weekly frequencies). Santiago de Chile-Buenos Aires (10 weekly frequencies in November and 12 in December). Santiago de Chile-Mendoza (3 weekly frequencies). Santiago de Chile-Córdoba (3 weekly frequencies in November and 4 in December). Lima-Buenos Aires (9 weekly frequencies in November and 10 in December). Lima-Córdoba (3 weekly frequencies).
Air Europa: Madrid-Buenos Aires (6 weekly frequencies).
Iberia: Madrid-Buenos Aires (one daily flight). Barcelona-Buenos Aires (3 weekly frequencies in November and 4 in December).
Air France: Paris-Buenos Aires (3 weekly frequencies).
Swiss Air: Zurich-Buenos Aires (2 weekly frequencies).
JetSmart: Santiago de Chile-Buenos Aires (3 weekly frequencies in November and daily flight in December)
Flybondi: Sao Paulo-Buenos Aires (2 weekly frequencies from December). Florianópolis-Buenos Aires (3 weekly frequencies from December).
Sky Airline: Santiago de Chile-Buenos Aires (6 weekly frequencies in November and daily flight in December). Santiago de Chile-Mendoza (4 weekly frequencies).
GOL: from December 19, flights to Buenos Aires from Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and Florianopolis,

It is added that Azul will resume operations in March 2022 from Campinas to Buenos Aires and ITA from Rome to Buenos Aires from April 2022.

Source: Hosteltur