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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 21 Sep 2021

Drone Regulation in Argentina

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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 18 Aug 2021

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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 5 Aug 2020

Courts revoke Immigration Authority fines imposed on airlines

In 2019 a number of airlines challenged fines issued by the Immigration Authority (DNM) – in particular, fines relating to an entrance tax imposed on US, Canadian and Australian citizens. A number of recent court decisions revoked such fines and may lead the way towards a new conceptual approach by the Argentine courts regarding the fines that the DNM regularly, and often incorrectly, imposes......
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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 29 Jul 2020

Effects of COVID-19 on Argentine aviation industry

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the introduction of several new resolutions in Argentina. For example, on 12 March 2020, in a general agreement of ministers, the president decreed a state of public emergency for one year and on 19 March 2020 a number of social, preventive and mandatory isolation measures were established. This article examines the effects of COVID-19 on the Argentine......
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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 27 May 2020

Aviation industry trends – Argentina

The introduction of a 30% tax on international flight tickets for Argentine residents looks set to be a major challenge for the country's already struggling aviation industry. In addition, the future of Argentina's low-cost airline market is in doubt due to its inability to capitalise on the fall in fuel prices due to high inflation and devaluation of the Argentine peso. This video discusses......
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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 1 Apr 2020

Federal court dismisses passenger damages claim for rescheduled flights

Federal Civil and Commercial Court 2 recently dismissed a damages claim against Aeromexico brought by two passengers for the rescheduling of their flights. The court found that the decision to reschedule the relevant flights had been approved by the Argentine Aviation Authority and that the plaintiffs had been informed of the rescheduled flights in a correct, clear and detailed way.
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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 19 Feb 2020

New tax on international tickets issued for Argentine residents

On 23 December 2019 a 30% tax on services hired abroad by travel agencies located in Argentina was introduced. The fact that the new tax applied the day after its introduction created chaos for air companies as non-compliance can trigger fines with interest. The Argentine Tax Authority recently introduced a resolution to address the lack of clarity surrounding the collection of the new tax,......
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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 11 Dec 2019

Court exempts airline from Immigration Authority fine

The Immigration Authority (DNM) repeatedly imposes substantial fines on carriers. Despite the fact that in many cases these fines have been wrongly imposed, airlines must pay any outstanding fines in order to file a judicial complaint against the DNM, so the fines are widely viewed as another cost of operating in Argentina. That said, a number of airlines have recently challenged the DNM's......
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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 25 Sep 2019

Court rejects damages claim for rescheduled flight

In a recent Federal Civil and Commercial Court 2 case, the plaintiffs filed a complaint for damages for a rescheduled flight after a mandatory mediation hearing ended without a settlement. However, the court found that the change of flight schedule had complied with civil aviation and consumer rules. As a result, it rejected the claim and imposed legal costs on the losing party.
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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 18 Sep 2019

Airlines challenge fines by immigration office

It is not unusual for immigration authorities to pursue airlines for infringements of the passenger documentation requirements which travellers must meet in order to enter a country. Argentina is no exception and the Immigration Authority (DNM) has been incentivised to detect passenger documentation infringements and collect fines from air carriers. However, a number of recent decisions......
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