Old Apr 23, 19, 4:40 pm
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Marambio
 
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Originally Posted by Flying Machine View Post
I understand there is a general strike planned for April 30. What I was able to determine online, is that the pilots unions have also agreed to strike. I’m scheduled to fly from Buenos Aires to Newark on United airlines that day. Do you believe the United flights will be affected as well? Additionally, what about transportation from BsAs to EZE ?

Thanks in advance
Pilots unions are striking but that is only going to affect AR/AU and other Argentine airlines, not foreign ones. Also, air traffic control is an essential service according to Argentine law, so controllers are not allowed to strike.

Your only concern might be baggage handling, as Intercargo unions are still uncertain about striking.

The unions of bus drivers and of railway staff are not striking, i.e. buses and commuter trains will operate as usual on April 30th*. Only the Subte in Buenos Aires will be affected by the strike.

*Note that buses and trains are striking on May 1st, which is a national holiday.
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