Argentine plane from an oil services company has been in the Malvinas for a week

The Pipper Aerostar 600, Registration: LV-MEG of the Argentine company Rappallini SA, dedicated to providing services “to the oil, gas and mining industries”, flew on Monday the 11th from Comodoro Rivadavia to the Malvina Islands, and is still in Argentine Port.

18 de September de 2023 07:21

Rappallini SA's Pipper Aerostar is not configured for medical referrals, nor is it any of the company's specialties.

Although the Foreign Ministry refuses to make public the reasons why it authorizes dozens of monthly flights from the continent to the Malvinas, they unofficially responded to an official from Tierra del Fuego who asked the reason for this permission; which are “medical flights”.

So that it is clearly understood,medical flights are those that are carried out in an emergency to assist, assist or refer sick or injured or injured people who have a high level of medical or health complexity, who deserve rapid evacuation to a medical center. of high complexity. And to fulfill that function, not just any aircraft does it, but those equipped with the equipment and specialized medical personnel to provide care on board.

On the contrary; in this case none of those conditions are met. Rappallini SA's Pipper Aerostar is not configured for medical referrals, nor does it meet any of the company's advertised specialties. Nor did he go and return immediately, but landed in Puerto Argentino on Monday the 11th at 12:12, having taken off that same morning from Comodoro Rivadavia at 09:33, and after a week he is still at that airfield. Malvinero

With the usual impudence; From inside the pro-British Chancellery of Buenos Aires they responded to an official from Tierra del Fuego who asked them for explanations: “They are the medical flights. There are several per week. And since the Malvinas do not have a decent hospital, they send everything outside. That has the category of medical return.“The ANAC notifies and even sends the manifest of the crew members.”

It is clear that, having passed 7 calendar days, the Argentine company's twin-engine vehicle can in no way be classified as medical or medical evacuation.

By Agenda Malvinas

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