Flights decreased 85%, and Sabsa stopped receiving 11.32 mn

Between January and June, flights at the country’s three primary airports fell by 85% due to the pandemic, which is why Servicios Aeroportuarios Bolivianos (Sabsa) lost 78.5 million Bolivians ($11.32 million). It expects that until the end of the year, work will be 50% less than the period before the pandemic and until March 2021 operations will reach 80% of the level before COVID-19.

Source: Los Tiempos