On 4 July, Aerolineas Argentinas launched its second route to Miami Airport, this time from Cordoba, Argentina’s second largest city. The latest Argentinian destination complements current operations by the airline to Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport. Flights will operate twice-weekly (Saturdays and Sundays) using a mixture of the airline’s A330-200s and A340-300s.
- Aerolineas Argentinas launched three new routes on the dates between the 1 and 5 of July, starting with services from Rio Gallegos (RGL) to Comodoro Rivadavia (CRD). Flights will operate daily on the 660-kilometre sector using the airline’s 737-800s. On 4 July, the carrier introduced its second service from Miami (MIA), this time to Cordoba (COR), Argentina’s second city. The 6,569-kilometre city pair will be flown twice-weekly (Saturdays and Sundays) using a mixture of the carrier’s A330-200s and A340-300s. Aerolineas Argentinas also has services from the Floridian airport to Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport. Finally on 5 July, the third route of the carrier’s hat-trick was from Bariloche (BRC) to Sao Paulo Guarulhos (GRU). The 3,024-kilometre airport pair will be served weekly (Sundays) using the airline’s 737-800s. None of the three routes launched face direct competition according to OAG Schedules Analyser data.