Officials for both the Ezeiza and Aeroparque airports have confirmed that as of midday today, flights will be taking off again.
Yesterday 146 flights were cancelled as a result of the volcanic ash. Lan cancelled 17 flights this morning and other airlines have warned that flights will not be taking off for the south of the country until further warning. The volcanic cloud is drifting northwards.
The volcano Puyehue, which erupted four months ago in Chile, is the source of the ash cloud that continues to disrupt air traffic.
Transportation Secretary, Juan Pablo Schiavi, has called for all passengers to “take care” with air travelling.
Many airlines, including Lan and Aerolineas, are recommending that travelers consult the company websites for flight information.