El Salvador Will Reopen Borders For International Flights September 19
El Salvador is officially reopening borders for international flights into the San Óscar Arnulfo Romero Airport on September 19, 2020. Since closing their borders back on March 18th, El Salvador has been closed to all international arrivals with the exception of humanitarian, medevac or repatriation flights. On September 10th the government of El Salvador announced the country will finally reopen air borders and will allow international flights to resume on September 19th.
Argentina Won’t Reopen To Flights On September 1st As Expected
In April, the Argentinian government proposed to ban all commercial domestic and international flights through to September 1st as a result of the global health crisis. However, to the frustration of many, the country’s Minister of Transport, Mario Meoni, has now shut down the possibility of even domestic flights resuming on this date.
PORTUGAL REOPENING FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
As of June 2020, Portugal has reopened its doors for tourism from select countries. Unlike some other countries now accepting tourists, mainland Portugal is not requiring a confinement/isolation period for the new arrivals.Portugal’s Foreign Minister Augusto Santos Silva recently made a statement saying: “Tourists are welcome in Portugal,”