A new flight departs to China to search for vaccines against Covid-19

Past noon of This Wednesday, the second flight of the ten scheduled flights of Aerolineas Argentinas will depart to China in order to bring new doses of the Sinopharm vaccine against the coronavirus.

The information was released by the president of the flag airline, Pablo Ceriani through Twitter.

“The second flight of @Aerolineas_AR of the ten that we scheduled to China leaves today 12.50 to bring more doses of the Sinopharm vaccine into the country. The remaining eight will be released in the next few days and will make it possible to bring a very important quantity of doses for the vaccination campaign “, Ceriani reported.



It should be remembered that last Sunday afternoon I landed in Buenos Aires the first of the planes in this batch with a shipment of 768 thousand Sinopharm vaccines, within the framework of the mega-operation to bring 8 million doses from China this month.

During the months of Similar operations will be carried out in August and September to transport another 8 million each month until the agreement is completed for 24 million fsigned by the national government with the Chinese vaccine supplier laboratory.

Three Airbus 330-200 aircraft from the company’s long-range fleet will be used, who will be doing the tours almost uninterruptedly for the next three months.

The series of trips will follow the same route as the previous flights that were destined for Beijing, making an intermediate technical stopover in Madrid, for refueling.

All flights are expected to develop the same take-off and landing scheme, both in origins and in destinations and stopovers, with a departure from the Ezeiza international airport at 12.50, which after approximately 12 hours of flight, will land at the Barajas airport, in Madrid, at 1 (Argentine time) next day.

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