Arequipa airport resumes flights from this Monday

Arequipa airport resumes flights from this Monday

Arequipa airport, will open its doors from this Monday, December 19 and only daytime flights will be made, after a semanates from suspension, as a result of attacks on its structure and equipment.

50% of the terminal beacon lights were destroyed, so there will be no night flights. With this precedent, the airlines will reschedule their flights, so passengers should contact the companies directly and not go to the airport that is guarded by the military.

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Through a statement, the company Aeropuertos Andinos reported this afternoon that in the following days flights will be enabled at the Juliaca and Ayacucho air terminals, although these will be subject to the security conditions that may exist, given the blockades of the protesters.

Soldiers guard the Alfredo Rodríguez Ballón airport, after protesters removed the perimeter fence | Photo: Nelly Hanco

Only in Arequipa are approximately 5 thousand passengers who were left unattended per day on 36 flights, while in Juliaca, 2,000 people were harmed in 14 operations, while in Ayacucho, 1,200 people were no longer served on 4 daily flights.

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