Flybondi CEO Julian Cook speaks to the first passengers after boarding for the return service from Buenos Aires El Palomar to Cordoba on 9 February, marking the start of commercial services from the Argentinian capital airport. The airline plans to the serve the 635-kilometre sector twice-daily on its fleet of 737-800s.
- Flybondi commenced operations between Cordoba (COR) and Buenos Aires El Palomar (EPA) on 9 February, the first time that an airline has flown from the latter airport, which is situated some 18 kilometres west of the capital’s centre and is currently used as a military base for the Argentine Air Force. The recently launched Argentinean LCC plans to serve the 635-kilometre link between Cordoba and El Palomar up to twice-daily using its fleet of 737-800s. Although no direct competition is provided on the airport pair, in terms of the city connection, Aerolineas Argentinas flies between Cordoba and Buenos Aires Aeroparque 49 times weekly, LATAM Airlines serves the latter airport pair 16 times weekly, while Andes Lineas Aereas operates 11 weekly rotations. Aerolineas Argentinas also links Cordoba to Buenos Aires Ezeiza three times daily. See how Buenos Aires El Palomar Airport’s FTWA compares with other from around the world.