Peruvian Ministry of Transport and Communications approved the resume of international flights with measures to avoid COVID-19 contagion, as reported by El Comercio. Peru’s President, Martín Vizcarra, announced that there will be 11 airports to which there will be flights taking off in Peru, they are in: Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile.
According to the guidelines, passengers are required to use a mask and a face shield inside the airplane. But a quarantine will not be necessary if the passenger does not present symptoms.
On LinkedIn, SKY Airlines celebrated the first airline to take off in Peru after seven months without flights. “Due to the importance of this milestone, even the President of the Republic of Peru, Martín Vizcarra, received the first flight that arrived from Santiago at the Lima Jorge Chávez airport, with a water crossing. With this, we take one more step in the reactivation of our operations to put the sky back within everyone’s reach!”