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22 July 2015
Two new regulations regarding airport fees were recently issued in Argentina. On June 12 2015 the Organismo Regulador del Sistema Nacional de Aeropuertos (ORSNA) – a federal agency that controls and regulates the performance of the national airport system – published Regulation 73/2015, which provides as follows:
In order to apply the abovementioned regulations the following conditions must be met:
The regulation applies to any carrier, domestic or foreign.
On June 12 2015 the Agencia Nacional de Aviacion Civil published Regulation 445/2015. The regulation established the following amounts to be paid by passengers as a security fee:
Children up to three years of age on domestic flights and up to two years of age on international flights, as well as diplomatic personnel (ie, Argentine or foreign nationals who hold a diplomatic passport), are exempt from the fee. The exemption conditions under Regulation 445/2015 are the same as those for Regulation 73/2015.
Airlines, ORSNA, airport concessionaires and the Société Internationale de Télécommunications Aéronautiques are working on the implementation of the new regulations.
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