Seen speaking to the media at a press conference in Rosario to talk about Sky Airline’s new route from Santiago are Matías Galíndez, President of Rosario Airport, and Holger Paulmann, CEO of Sky Airline. Launched 3 October, the 930-kilometre route will be served by the carrier three times weekly on its A319s.
- Sky Airline inaugurated flights between Santiago (SCL) and Rosario (ROS) on 3 October, with the latter airport becoming the airline’s fourth route to Argentina from the Chilean capital after Buenos Aires Ezeiza, Cordoba and Mendoza. The latest route to Rosario will be flown by the carrier three times weekly on its fleet of 150-seat A319s. Competition on the 930-kilometre sector comes in the form of LATAM Airlines, with the oneworld member already serving the airport pair four times weekly on its 168-seat A320s, when referring to OAG schedules. See how Rosario Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.