International travel: Government made official the restart of the first direct air flights to Europe | Holland | Spain | France | United Kingdom

The Government, through a resolution of the Ministry of Transport published today in El Peruano, made official the restart of international flights from next December 15.

Days ago, Minister Eduardo González had already advanced the European destinations that would be allowed from the fortnight of this month.

“Peruvians will have more international destinations at their disposal to carry out their activities. From December 15, flights to Amsterdam, Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Paris and London, respecting compliance with health protocols, “González said via Twitter.

In statements to TV Peru, the minister indicated that trips to different countries in Europe, so there could be more destinations than those mentioned.

Recently the owner of Ministry of Health (Minsa), Pilar Mazzetti, reported that in the coming days flights of more than eight hours will be allowed.

As he commented, the follow-up of the passengers who have been traveling during these months has been successful and the same security measures will be followed as with the initial trips.

The decision would have been promoted by the ministries of Foreign Relations (RREE), Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur) and Transport and Communications (MTC).

With this extension, Netherlands (Holland), Spain, France and United Kingdom They are added to the destinations already allowed, which are: Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, United States, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Jamaica and Canada.

It should be noted that passengers must comply with the health protocols for international flights, such as the negative molecular test and the virtual form of Migrations Peru.

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