During the pandemic, Argentina was one of the countries that suspended virtually all commercial air activity. However, as of this October, international operations will be partially resumed. Thus, the largest airline in the country has scheduled the return of some international routes. The flights will depart from Buenos Aires (EZE) and will head to Sao Paulo (GRU), New York (JFK), Miami (MIA), Madrid (MAD), and Asuncion (ASU). The flights connecting Argentina with Paraguay and New York (JFK) will be operated twice throughout the month with the Airbus A330 and Boeing 737-800, respectively. The route between Buenos Aires (EZE) and Madrid (MAD), on the other hand, will be operated once a week, also by the company’s A330. The calls from Argentina to Miami (MIA) and Sao Paulo (GRU) will receive four weekly operations, operated by the A330 and 737-800, respectively.