Articles Tagged ‘Aerolineas Argentinas’
Buenos Aires Ezeiza is Argentina’s second busiest airport, but the country’s main international gateway. Having got close last year, Ezeiza is on track to break the 10 million annual passenger barrier in 2017. We take a look at the airport’s traffic over the last 10 years, its biggest serving carriers and its top 12 routes.
Aerolineas Argentinas begins Trelew service from Argentina’s second largest city.
Well we have been waiting for it for months, but finally IAG announced to the world LEVEL, its new low-cost long-haul airline to be based in Barcelona with two A330-200s from June. Initially serving four transatlantic routes, we take a look at capacity ‘levels’ of the competition in Spain and across Europe.
Europe-South America market grew by 3% in 2016; Iberia still leading carrier as LATAM closes gap; British Airways starts new Chile service
Brazil’s hosting of the Olympics in 2016 focused world attention on South America. Non-stop connections from European airports have grown steadily in recent years. We reveal the rate of growth as well as leading airlines and country pairs.
If your airport has aspirations of winning this year’s Arch of Triumph competition, you had better get a move on, as there is just one week left of this year’s battle. Nine more airports from around the world have probably their last attempts to break onto the 2016 leader board – see how they do.
Aerolineas Argentinas begins a three times weekly link between the two cities.
Delta Air Lines is largest of SkyTeam’s 20 members with 25% of seats; Guangzhou joins Atlanta and Paris CDG in top three hubs
SkyTeam has 20 airline members which cover a network of over 1,000 airports in 177 countries across 3,700+ routes. We take a closer look at the size of all the carriers, the alliance’s top airports, as well as its top 12 routes in relation to ASKs and seats.
Aerolineas Argentinas begins flights from its two Buenos Aires hubs to Belo Horizonte, Quito and Guayaquil.
Dynamic Airways becomes the latest carrier to serve Caracas Airport; but seat capacity for 2015 is down 13% at Venezuela’s busiest airport
After seeing its three largest airlines report declines in available seat capacity when compared to last year, Caracas Airport has witnessed overall capacity reduction by 13%. anna.aero investigates to see which airlines have shrunk operations the most, and which have grown operations from the Venezuelan facility.
Aerolineas Argentinas shows 11% decline in seat capacity to Europe; El Calafate is airline’s fastest growing airport
Aerolineas Argentinas is Argentina’s national carrier, operating a fleet of over 50 aircraft. The airline’s domestic market is showing the biggest growth compared to last year – but the European market is in decline. anna.aero analyses the carrier to see how capacity distribution has changed over the past 12 months.
Aerolineas Argentinas adds to its route portfolio by launching three new routes – including its second to Miami.
Aerolineas Argentinas now links Cordoba to Tucuman with thrice-weekly flights, using 737-700s and E190s.