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International flights to restart in October?

Old Sep 3, 20, 8:15 am
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International flights to restart in October?

Looks like International flights may be back shortly.

https://www.hosteltur.com/lat/139006...ia-destacada-2
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Old Oct 10, 20, 9:56 pm
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The flights have already been running for a few weeks now, i've seen them on the departures and arrivals board in Brazil. Bumping an subscribing, would love to hear non-resident/citizen experiences trying to enter with their 48 hour PCR test demand. Peru government sending very mixed messages ATM.
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Old Oct 12, 20, 8:21 am
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International flights restarted one week ago on October 5th, some mixed messages regarding requirements on the first few days.

*resolucin ministerial - transportation ministry
*lineamientos sectoriales
*another official resolution (latest one OCT 4th) - health ministry

Approved cities for commercial flights so far are: Guayaquil, La Paz, Quito, Bogota, Santa Cruz, Cali, Medellin, Panama, Asuncion, Montevideo, Santiago
The guidelines mentioned that the negative test was requiered for departing the country but then a couple of days later, LIM airport authorities stated that it would only be requiered for departure if the destination required it.
For entry into Peru the negative molecular test must be under 72 hours (it was apparently clarified that it is from test results until departure time from first flight) and for children under 12, good health certificate.

Also: health form declaration for entry / instructions
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Old Oct 24, 20, 9:22 am
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Is there a 14 day quarantine requirement or not, very mixed messaging on that. Its hard to tell if its a demand, or if they are saying IF they request you quarantine you comply ....
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Old Oct 25, 20, 9:12 am
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Is there a 14 day quarantine requirement or not, very mixed messaging on that. Its hard to tell if its a demand, or if they are saying IF they request you quarantine you comply ....
If you arrive at the airport with symptoms, after evaluation you could be recommended home isolation (mild symptoms) or to health establishment (clinic/hospital for moderate or severe symptoms). It mentions transportation would be arranged by the Health Ministry. -- protocol here (you can see flowchart on page 13)
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Old Nov 27, 20, 4:52 am
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What is happening in terms of the supposed 8hr limit for international flights?

The UK FCDO says there is an 8hr limit and that KLM and AF have applied to do one weekly repatriation flight, yet on flightradar it says that KLM is already running normal (12hr long) Lima flights (for anyone I guess)? Is the 8hr rule outdated? It is even on the iperu website.
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Old Nov 27, 20, 6:22 am
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I read a couple of days ago that authorization for longer flights was supposed to be discussed this week. Commercial flights that might still be on schedule are still pending approval, all European flights that are actually confirmed are still "special" flights... Hopefully we will have more updates on this soon.

edited to add: flights to Europe now authorized from December 15th. (Destinations that operated before were Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Amsterdam, London -- airlines will probably announce actual plans soon)

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