Articles Tagged ‘Aerolineas Argentinas’
Messi scored a hat-trick the last time Argentina and Brazil met on the football pitch, with the Albicelestes winning 4-3. With a GDP growing faster than its bigger neighbour, and a resurgent Aerolíneas Argentinas growing 30% year-on-year, the country’s airports and airlines are matching the performance of the national football team.
Aerolineas Argentinas starts flying from Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport to Brasilia Airport.
Aerolineas Argentinas connects Jujuy Airport and Cordoba Airport; launches Austral-operated flights from Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport to Belo Horizonte Airport.
Aerolineas Argentinas launches flights from Buenos Aires Aeroparque to the newly opened Rio Hondo Airport
Aerolineas Argentinas starts twice-weekly flights from Buenos Aires Aeroparque to Rio Hondo in northern Argentina.
Pluna’s collapse bad news for Uruguay and Montevideo Airport; non-stop links to five Brazilian airports lost
Uruguay appears to have lost its flag-carrier for the time being. How has traffic developed in recent years at the country’s main airport? How dominant was Pluna at Montevideo Airport? And which airlines stand to gain most from the carrier’s demise?
Aerolineas Argentinas drops Auckland in favour of Sydney; launches seasonal flights from Bariloche to São Paulo Guarulhos
Aerolineas Argentinas launches non-stop flights from Buenos Aires to Sydney; opens seasonal services from Bariloche to Sao Paulo Guarulhos.
Aerolíneas Argentinas launches a circuit route from Mendoza to Comodoro Rivadavia via Neuquen.
Argentina’s regional airports see traffic growth; Aerolíneas Argentinas faces increasing competition
Unlike other countries in the region, Argentina’s air traffic growth over the years has been somewhat less dynamic and hampered by crises and heavy regulation. But has the country’s troubled flag carrier sustained its virtual domestic monopoly? How does domestic growth compare to the international segment? And which of the country’s airports saw its traffic […]
Aerolineas Argentinas now flies between Mendoza in western Argentina and Chile’s capital Santiago.
31 new routes have seen the light of day in the last week, but which two Asian carriers entered a new country market each? Which European charter carrier changed business models and began scheduled operations? And which US state capital got its second route with big jets?
New-look Aerolíneas Argentinas to join SkyTeam in 2012; routes to Barcelona and Madrid represent 23% of ASKs
Argentina’s flag carrier has had a difficult decade but now has a smart, new visual identity and the chance to join a global alliance. Which new aircraft type has its subsidiary Austral recently taken delivery of?
Over 40 new routes have been started since mid-December. Countries involved in celebrating new services include Argentina, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, the Lebanon, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, Serbia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, the UAE, the UK, the USA and Uzbekistan.