yeah, i'm holding on to my ticket. i'm not trying to depart earlier (i'm in no hurry right now) so if i have to wait, i'll wait.
If your flight is cancelled doesn't the airline automatically rebook you? I assume they honor the fare. What exactly is the procedure?Here are some notes for anyone trying to return to Argentina. These are not well structured, but might be helpful.
OK, so my flight on Monday was cancelled on Sunday, but then reinstated several hours later.
I don't know why ANAC told American to cancel but then gave approval later. I was very fortunate in that once a flight is cancelled you're forced to rebook to the same flight.
Once i was cancelled i was lucky to get a seat on July 19, the next available was August 2. A herioc Aadvantage agent got me rebooked when the flight was uncancelled.
The flight was super full.
Once I arrived, migraciones was easy (i'm a PR). Aduanas did want to chat about the contents of some of my bags. I played the stupid yankee card and got through without too much trouble. Really the problem is I work with computers and usually carry a personal computer and work computer. Takes some explaining why I do that.
Once i got through migraciones/aduanas i headed to get the nasal rapid antigen test.
30 minutes of waiting later and i could escape the airport. I did see someone led away with a positive result.
The declaracion jurada is asking for vaccine cards if you chose to vaccinate abroad.
I'm now holed up in one of our vacation rentals for the next 7 days at which i will leave to get a PCR test which will mean i can rejoin my family.
Hope this helps anyone else.
Absolutely, they'll rebook you on the next free seat. Just now,, all the seats are taken until mid August. If your flight is cancelled, they won't kick someone off a flight for you.If your flight is cancelled doesn't the airline automatically rebook you? I assume they honor the fare. What exactly is the procedure?
The reservation systems should by now reflect the ANAC approved/not approved flights until July 31 (with some airlines such as Aerolineas even until August 6).Does the IATA schedule reflect the approved flights?
Because if you take a look at the approved flights (approved to carry passengers) for July there is a clear pattern:Why do you recommend only tues flight?
What is the status in this regard? Was this also covered in the DNU extension (until beginning of August I believe)? If so, I guess nobody knows how long this is going to last .... Are there any workarounds (e.g. apply in an Argentinian embassy in Europe for a temporary residence)? Or if I would get a job interview/offer? (in March I met a German tourist [no relation to Argentina whatsoever] who entered the country based on a job interview ... )They aren't even letting family members in at the moment