Flybondi commenced operations on the 1,296-kilometre sector between Buenos Aires El Palomar and Jujuy on 28 March. Pictured with the aircraft at the latter airport are: Federico Posadas, Minister of Tourism and Culture of Jujuy; Julian Cook, CEO of Flybondi; and Diego Valdecantos, Provincial Secretary of Tourism. The airline will initially operate between the two airports five times weekly on its fleet of 737-800s. The route faces no direct competition.
- Flybondi, the recently formed Argentinean LCC, has inaugurated a further two routes from its Buenos Aires El Palomar (EPA) base. On 28 March the carrier commenced flights to Corrientes (CNQ) and Jujuy (JUJ). The 797-kilometre link to the former destination will be flown daily, while the 1,296-kilometre sector to the latter will initially be flown five times weekly. Both routes will be flown by the carrier’s growing fleet of 737-800s, with it hoping to be operating 10 of the type by the end of the year. Neither service will face direct competition. With these launches, Flybondi now operates seven routes from El Palomar, with a further four scheduled to launched by the end of May.