Aerolineas Argentinas has announced its 2012 flight plan, including an increase in its international long-haul flying programme. The ultimate goal is to operate daily flights on all the long-haul routes by 2013, using Airbus A340 aircraft.
For 2012, the Buenos Aires to Caracas route will now be flown daily (instead of 4 times a week) and the services from Buenos Aires to Barcelona and Bogotá will be increased to 5 flights a week until the end of 2012. It will then become a daily operation by 2013.
Buenos Aires to Miami will also be served with 2 flights a day, one of which operates via Caracas. The Buenos Aires to Sydney route will grow to 3 weekly non-stop flights, but will no longer stop in Auckland, and, from December 2012, it will increase to 5 flights a week.
Buenos Aires to Madrid and Rome will continue to operate with daily flights and 4 flights per week, respectively.
Importantly, from the 1st of July, Aerolineas Argentinas will make 'Ministro Pistarini' (EZE) International Airport (Buenos Aires), its hub for connecting flights to and from the major cities in Argentina including Rosario, Cordoba, Mendoza, Bariloche, Iguazu, Rio Grande, Ushuaia, Trelew and Calafate.
Alternative Airlines has a special relationship with Aerolineas Argentinas and competitive fares for all international and domestic flights are immediately available through our on-line booking facility.