Lawmakers have approved overflights and landings on unarmed military aircraft from Perú, the United States, Canada, Argentina. Colombia and México.
The government of Perú sought permission for the landing of a Cessna 172 Skyhawk flying from Kansas to Perú Saturday.
The United States will be able to land a C-17 cargo craft for the benefit of the U.S. Embassy here Friday through Sunday.
The United States also received permission for a variety of aircraft that are engaged in interdicting drug shipments.
Canada also received permission to land planes involved in anti-drug operations, and Argentina received permission to land a Lear jet that will be going to the United States for an inspection.