The operations of Aerolineas Argentinas have returned to normal today after a system failure forced the airline to cancel most of its flights yesterday.
Flights at the downtown Buenos Aires Aeroparque airport were most severely impacted, with 60 flights cancelled. Other airports were also affected.
Aerolineas Argentinas apologised to customers, blaming Spanish telecommunications giant Telefonica for the disruption of connectivity with the airline's data processing centre. It confirms all flights are operating normally today.