Aerolíneas Argentinas starts services in the petroleum corridor

  • On 1 June, Aerolíneas Argentinas extended its daily flights from Córdoba to Mendoza (MDZ), and now serves what is known as the country’s petroleum corridor. The new stopping service to Comodoro Rivadavia (CRD) via Neuquén (NQN) will depart Mendoza with thrice-weekly frequencies. Another Argentinian carrier, Sol, already serves the corridor with six weekly frequencies, although its flights originate in Rosario rather than Córdoba. Mariano Recalde, CEO of Aerolíneas Argentinas, said: “The new route considerably improves the region’s connectivity, as various international destinations can now be reached through Córdoba without the necessity of travelling via Buenos Aires.”


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