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About

Aerolíneas Argentinas is Argentina's flag carrier and largest airline, founded in 1950. 

Aerolíneas Argentinas and its sister company Austral Líneas Aéreas operates from two hubs, both located in Buenos Aires: Aeroparque Jorge Newbery and Ministro Pistarini International Airport. Aerolíneas Argentinas flies to many destinations including Buenos Aires, Madrid, Santiago de Chile, Montevideo, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu, Jujuy, Mar del Plaza, Mendoza, Parana, Neuquen, Salta, Rosario and many others.

Aerolíneas Argentinas joined SkyTeam in August 2012 and also has codeshare agreements with KLM, Air Europa, Aeroflot, Air New Zealand, Etihad Airways, Gol and Korean Air.

Aerolíneas Argentinas' fleet consists of Airbus A330-200, Airbus A340-300, Boeing 737-700 and Boeing 737-800. The airline is part of the SkyTeam alliance.

 


 

Frequent Flyer Program

 

Aerolíneas Argentinas operates a frequent flyer program called Aerolineas Plus to reward to reward regular travellers with Aerolíneas Argentinas.

 

Aerolíneas Argentinas is owned by the government of Argentina and is headquartered in the Torre Bourchard, located in the San Nicolas district of Buenos Aires.

 


 

Classes

 

Aerolíneas Argentinas' fleet consists of aircraft configured with two cabins:

 

Economy Class

Club Condor (Business Class)

Club Economy (Premium Economy Class).

On destinations within Argentina, passengers are entitled to 1 bag of up to 15 kg maximum.

 



 

News

15th May 2018

First Look: Aerolineas Argentinas Opens New Hangar in Buenos Aires

Aerolineas Argentinas announced the launch of the so-called “Hangar 5,” one of the most modern and largest in the region with a total surface area of 12,017 square meters and a system of bridge cranes that sweep the central area of the hangar covering the fuselage of the aircraft and its sides.

The building was designed taking into account the latest environmental trends,  having LED lighting, a system which collects rainwater to reuse it for cleaning work and on the other hand, the floor allows the collection of industrial liquids that are pumped to one of the adjoining buildings for treatment.

“This hangar allows us to continue working and investing in safety, with the best technology and increasing the productive capacity of our industrial plant,” said Mario Dell’acqua, president of the Aerolíneas Group.

The hangar will serve to perform the maintenance tasks and major fleet checks, which are those performed approximately every year and a half and that involve the complete overhaul of each of the aircraft’s components. The first job is being carried out on the aircraft with registration LV-FNL, one of the Airbus A330 -200s leased by the company.

 

2nd May 2018

Aerolineas Argentinas Prepares for a Clean Fight in Domestic Destinations

In an anticipated move, Aerolineas Argentinas revealed last week that it will retrofit the interior of its domestic fleet to eliminate Club Economy class and move forward with a single class operation.

In a press event held at Aerolineas Argentinas’ headquarters, CEO Mario Dell’ Acqua, the Argentina Minister of Transportation Guillermo Dietrich, and Chief Of Staff Marcos Peña, announced the decision as a positive aspect for massive air transportation and a part of what it is called the “Revolution of the Airplanes”, a governmental plan to double the commercial aviation offering in Argentina.

Currently, the Boeing 737-800 and Embraer 190AR fleet have eight Club Economy and 162 Economy seats. The idea is to provide a standard 186-189 (100-114 for Embraers) seat single class layout to better compete with domestic rivals.

Both Flybondi and Andes Líneas Aéreas use a 189-seat layout, and Norwegian Air Argentina intends to use the 186 standard that many European counterparts have adopted.

The decision implies an investment of around 15 million, with an expected time of completion of one year. The plan will affect the 31 Boeing 737-800 and all 24 Embraer 190AR currently in Aerolineas’ fleet. While the bid for the 190’s replacement is still ongoing, AR management is confident the retrofit will improve the chances for the aircraft to find a second-hand customer.

The additional seats in domestic flights -the core of Aerolineas Argentinas’ operation- would represent both saving costs and increasing income. It is expected that by 2020, the elimination of costs related to the Club Economy offer and the occupation of the economy seats will represent a 73 million revenue for the airline’s operation. In the context of a state-owned company that has lived from taxpayers’ money subsidies and aims to request only 90 million for 2018, the change will impact positively on the economics of the flag carrier.

The 737 MAX fleet won’t suffer any changes, as they intend to fly to longer regional route. Just last night, the first flight to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic was operated for the first time with LV-GVE, the second aircraft of the four already received. The 3,728 miles journey in a narrow-body is one of the longest of the type.

The extra 500 seats in the aircraft which will be retrofitted represent almost three full planes of income on the combined operation. As Club Economy load factors were low, and most of the time the seats were filled with frequent flyers obtaining free upgrades, the airline considers it a smart move in order to eliminate a cost factor that impaired the company from competing in a fair environment with other carriers. Despite some negative reaction, the consensus is that, in order to strive, Aerolíneas needs to adapt, and it is finally catching up with the pace of its competitors.

 

26th April 2018

Aerolineas Argentinas to eliminate business class on domestic services

Aerolineas Argentinas announced (24-Apr-2018) plans to commence a fleet reconfiguration exercise, seeking to increase capacity on 31 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, 50% of the carrier's short and medium haul fleet. The aircraft currently features two class configuration with 170 seats, with plans to add between 16 and 19 additional seats.

The project will cost around USD15 million and will commence in Jun-2018 with 20 aircraft reconfigured by Dec-2018. The change will reduce operational costs in USD73 million due to a 10% cost reduction per seat.

 

18th April 2018

El presidente de Aerolíneas Argentinas anticipó que la empresa adoptará modalidades de las low cost

El presidente de Aerolíneas Argentinas Mario Dell'Acqua anticipó la posibilidad de que la empresa de bandera comience a cobrar por separado los servicios de a bordo, como hacen las compañías low cost. También señaló que, dentro de poco tiempo, los vuelos internacionales contarán con una clase premium, como ya lo están haciendo la mayoría de las principales líneas aéreas del mundo.

"Tenemos que copiar lo bueno que tienen estas compañías y de esa manera optimizar los recursos de la empresa", dijo Dell'Acqua durante una conferencia de prensa brindada en el marco del World Trade & Travel Council 2018 que se realiza en el Hotel Hilton.

El ejecutivo advirtió, no obstante, que la empresa no dejará de ser una línea de bandera ni adoptará todas las modalidades de las low cost, ya que no es la meta de la compañía ni lo que piden los pasajeros.

 

22nd March 2018

Aerolineas Argentinas: Good Decisions Amid Bad Luck

Last weekend, a major storm hit the Buenos Aires metropolitan area and seemed to focus on Aeroparque Jorge Newbery’s ramp. As Aerolíneas Argentinas’ main domestic hub, a significant part of its Boeing 737 fleet was stationed there and was exposed to damage from hail and lightning.

When the storm was over, 15 aircraft needed to be declared out of service and were removed from daily operations schedule. That triggered an operations nightmare, as additional flights needed to mitigate the impact of having a third of the 737 fleet out of order, and the airline was without many options for quick replacements or alternatives.

The company’s management took a bold decision: stopping ticket sales until next Sunday, March 25. That allowed company operations teams to have a better margin for flight rescheduling, as damaged aircraft are slowly returning to the flight line.

On Wednesday, three of the affected aircraft were already available for duty, and it is expected that several others will join them during the next days. Company sources are confident that Easter operations, provided that a 5-day holiday will generate a significant demand, will be not affected and the entire fleet will be available.

Boeing technicians arrived in Buenos Aires to verify and validate the work that is being carried out on the airplanes. For instance, three 737 MAX 8s, the newest addition to Aerolineas’ single-aisle fleet, were affected by the storm, which represented a challenge of its own regarding the maintenance crews, as the variant is quite new on the market.

The scarce widebody fleet came to the rescue, assuming domestic flights that were consolidated into one multi-leg trip. Luckily for passengers and programmers, the Buenos Aires-New York JFK route was actively suspended due to the weather conditions at the destination, which freed an Airbus A330-200 to help cover domestic routes.

So far, about 30 flights per day are being canceled and 32 are being rescheduled. In passenger terms, almost 70 percent of them were relocated, therefore, the impact of the outage was large, but has been managed with extreme care and expertise by the company.

Aerolineas Argentinas is expecting to have its flights back to normal by this next weekend. This could only be possible because of the fantastic job performed by its technicians, who worked extra hours and double shifts to check and repair the damaged aircraft. The company’s maintenance facilities are one its most valuable assets, mainly for the human capital that works there.

Maintenance crews have celebrated the decision to stop selling tickets as a “smart move” to avoid passenger clogging and extending the issue, threatening the Easter weekend and its increased demand. The decision proved right so far, as the flight line is being restored slowly but surely.

 

9th February 2018

Aerolíneas Argentinas is adding three new frequencies to Madrid-Barajas. 

Aerolineas Argentinas, the national carrier of Argentina, is adidng three new frequencies to Madrid. The usual daily flight departing from Ezeiza International Airport at 23:55 local time will see another flight departing at 12:10 on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

The recent cancellation of the Barcelona route triggered doubts about a possible contraction of Aerolíneas Argentinas international offering. Despite high levels of occupation, Barcelona lacked the connectivity that both Madrid and Rome, Italy offer to AR customers, via codeshare agreements.

The incorporation of these new frequencies to Madrid means adding 816 weekly seats to the Spanish capital operated by the Airbus A330-200 aircraft. This increase in supply is in line with the frequency that was added in the operation to Rome last year. In turn, starting in July, the route linking the city of Córdoba with Punta Cana, Dominican Republic will be inaugurated, with a weekly flight departing on Saturdays at 11:45 p.m., with return on Sundays at 8:45 p.m. local time, replacing one of the frequencies that currently operates from Buenos Aires.

 

29th January 2018

Aerolineas Argentinas receives third 737 Max 8

Aerolíneas Argentinas received on 26 January the third of 11 Boeing 737 Max aircraft on order, the SkyTeam alliance carrier says.

The 737 Max 8, registered LV-HKU, joins two more already in service, with new deliveries scheduled in February and May, the airline says.

Aerolíneas Argentina plans to operate the third 737 Max 8 starting on 5 February, flying to Neuquén with 170 seats, including eight in Club Economy.

At least five of the aircraft on order from Boeing will be 737 Max 8 aircraft. Aerolíneas Argentina has not identified which variant will form the remaining six on order, according to Flight Fleets Analyzer.

 

10th January 2018

Aerolíneas Argentinas  add 737 MAX8 to regional flight operation

Argentina's flag carrier will replace the Airbus A330-200 with the new Boeing 737 MAX8 on its Punta Cana and Dominican Republic fights from May 1st.

To compensate for a lower capacity, there will be more flights in operation, increasing from 4 times a week to daily. There will be a better range of cost and choice for the passenger with this new implementation as the operating costs are predicted to fall by 8%, as well as a fuel reduction of 14%. One restriction the new aircrafts will face is the required rafts that are a necessary health and safety measure of all inter-caribbean flights. 

 

6th December 2017

MAX 8 comes to Latin America with first Aerolíneas Argentinas flight

Aerolíneas Argentina took delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX 8 Nov. 29 and flew the aircraft’s first commercial flight from Buenos Aires’ Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) to Mendoza in western Argentina Dec. 4. Aerolíneas is the first Latin American carrier to fly a MAX aircraft. The state-run airline plans to take delivery of an additional 11 MAX 8s by 2020, including one in December and three in 2018. Aerolíneas intends to utilize the aircraft on regional routes with an expansion to the Caribbean planned for late 2018. Aerolíneas’ MAX 8, incorporating CFM LEAP 1B engines, is configured for 170 passengers.“Adding the 737 MAX to our fleet is yet one more example of the growth we are envisioning for our company,”

 

Aerolíneas president Mario Dell’Acqua said. Aerolíneas reportedly has seen a 15% increase in passenger traffic in 2017, and a 22% rise since 2015. The airline is focusing on increased regional and provincial connectivity, part of the Argentine government’s renewed focus on improving the country’s air transport sector.  From the two major Buenos Aires airports, EZE and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Aerolíneas flies to 22 international destinations in America and Europe, and in tandem with its regional subsidiary Austral flies to 37 domestic Argentine destinations. According to the airline’s fleet plan, Aerolíneas will end 2017 with 12 Airbus widebody A330/A340 aircraft, 41 Boeing 737 aircraft, including 39 737NGs and its two new 737 MAX 8s, as well as 26 Embraer E190s flying for Austral.

 

17th November 2017

Edelweiss Air announced new direct services from Zurich to Buenos Aires. 

Flights will commence on 7 November 2018 with sales available with immediate effect. Also in attendance at the announcement and signing of the contracts was Mr. Horacio Rodriguez Larreta, Mayor of Buenos Aires. The flights will be operated on an A340-300 which will include 27 Business Class Seats, 76 Economy Max, and 211 Economy Class Seats.

 

Edelweiss plans to operate ZRH-EZE year round. The summer 2019 schedule might vary slightly but the current schedule is: Wednesday and Sunday 22:30 ZRH-EZE arriving 09:00 - Thursday and Monday’s 13:05 EZE-ZRH arriving 06:30 It is expected the new service will see an additional 33,000 passengers from Switzerland visiting Argentina each year. Edelweiss is a subsidiary of Lufhtansa Group.

 

17th November 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas Prepares to Introduce the 737 MAX 8 and Phase out the A340

Aerolíneas Argentinas is set to receive its first Boeing 737 MAX 8 by the end of November, making Argentina’s flag carrier the first operator of the type in Latin America. The addition will directly impact its long-haul fleet, partially relieving the aging A340-300 from active duty.

 

Following a renegotiation of the terms of the contract with Avolon Aerospace Leasing, 11 firm orders were converted from 737-800NG aircraft to the 737 MAX 8 variant. According to company sources, the 737 MAX 8 delivery flight should depart from Seattle, Wash. on Nov. 24 heading to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The second leg of the trip will complete the aircraft’s ferry on the following day to Buenos Aires, Argentina. A reception ceremony is expected to be held a few days later.

 

The addition of the 737 MAX 8 will improve margins on regional destinations. At a press event in which seasonal route offerings were presented, Aerolíneas Argentinas’ CEO Mario Dell’ Acqua praised the benefits of the 737 MAX 8 adding,“It will give our operation a 25 percent direct increase in efficiency. We will be able to reach regional destinations with a single-aisle aircraft, maximizing the cost-benefit equation for those routes.”

 

This innovation comes with a price. While a definitive decision on which aircraft will drive AR’s long-haul offering in the upcoming years is yet to be made, the aging Airbus A340-300 currently flying for the carrier are slowly being retired from service. On Nov. 5, 21-year-old LV-CSE began its final trip to Victorville, Calif. It arrived at Southern California Logistics Airport’s boneyard on Nov. 6. After operating a total of 13 A340 (both A340-200 and A340-300 variants), Aerolíneas Argentinas will keep only four until their final retirement in 2020.

 

These aircraft are AR’s oldest, with an average of 20.8 years. The rest of the long-haul flights are flown with A330-200 aircraft, with an average age of 10.4 years. Diego Garcia, Aerolíneas Argentinas’ Commercial Director, stated earlier this year that the long-haul replacement should be selected no later than during the first quarter of 2018. According to sources, all options are on the table as AR is set to redesign its long-haul routes. The aircraft will be selected right after the process is completed, with these revised routes in mind.

 

On the domestic market, it maintains an undisputed lead, considering flights offered and transported passengers. AR’s load factor is well over 80 percent, which has allowed the company to downsize the total amount of the subsidies it has requested from Argentina’s government from $300 million in 2016 to $170 million in 2017, and a projection of $90 million in 2018. “It is my goal to leave this office with a year of zero subsidies requested,” Dell’ Acqua added.

 

 

10th November 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas Prepares to Introduce the 737 MAX 8 and Phase out the A340

Aerolíneas Argentinas is set to receive its first Boeing 737 MAX 8 by the end of November, making Argentina’s flag carrier the first operator of the type in Latin America. The addition will directly impact its long-haul fleet, partially relieving the aging A340-300 from active duty.

 

Following a renegotiation of the terms of the contract with Avolon Aerospace Leasing, 11 firm orders were converted from 737-800NG aircraft to the 737 MAX 8 variant. According to company sources, the 737 MAX 8 delivery flight should depart from Seattle, Wash. on Nov. 24 heading to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The second leg of the trip will complete the aircraft’s ferry on the following day to Buenos Aires, Argentina. A reception ceremony is expected to be held a few days later.

 

The addition of the 737 MAX 8 will improve margins on regional destinations. At a press event in which seasonal route offerings were presented, Aerolíneas Argentinas’ CEO Mario Dell’ Acqua praised the benefits of the 737 MAX 8 adding,“It will give our operation a 25 percent direct increase in efficiency. We will be able to reach regional destinations with a single-aisle aircraft, maximizing the cost-benefit equation for those routes.”

 

This innovation comes with a price. While a definitive decision on which aircraft will drive AR’s long-haul offering in the upcoming years is yet to be made, the aging Airbus A340-300 currently flying for the carrier are slowly being retired from service. On Nov. 5, 21-year-old LV-CSE began its final trip to Victorville, Calif. It arrived at Southern California Logistics Airport’s boneyard on Nov. 6. After operating a total of 13 A340 (both A340-200 and A340-300 variants), Aerolíneas Argentinas will keep only four until their final retirement in 2020.

 

These aircraft are AR’s oldest, with an average of 20.8 years. The rest of the long-haul flights are flown with A330-200 aircraft, with an average age of 10.4 years. Diego Garcia, Aerolíneas Argentinas’ Commercial Director, stated earlier this year that the long-haul replacement should be selected no later than during the first quarter of 2018. According to sources, all options are on the table as AR is set to redesign its long-haul routes. The aircraft will be selected right after the process is completed, with these revised routes in mind.

 

9th October 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas discontinues weekly flight to Venezuela

Argentina’s flagship air carrier Aerolineas Argentinas has discontinued its weekly flight to Caracas, Venezuela, citing “operational reasons,” the company said in a statement. The company had told Reuters in August that it would no longer be selling tickets for the flight because of security concerns as violence and political uncertainty increased in Venezuela.

Aerolineas offered to re-route passengers to Bogota in neighboring Colombia free of charge. The move further isolates Venezuela from international travel routes after carriers including Deutsche Lufthansa AG , Air Canada and United Continental Holdings Inc have pulled out. The airlines have cited factors including weak demand, a payment dispute with socialist President Nicolas Maduro’s government, and security concerns for their crews on the ground. 

 

 

28th September 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas expands its network from Cordoba

Aerolíneas Argentinas expanded its network from Córdoba(COR) this week, connecting Argentina’s second largest city to Trelew(REL) in the Chubut Province of Argentina. Last week , the airline had begun services to Santiago in Chile on 10 September with a three times weekly frequency. The connection to Trelew launched on 16 September with four weekly rotations. While the 1,324-kilometre sector to Trelew, which operates on 737-700s, will face no direct competition, the 660-kilometre link to the Chilean capital, flown by E190s, will go head-to-head with LATAM Airlines (13 weekly flights) and Sky Airline (daily). With these two launches during the past fortnight, Aerolineas Argentinas now offers 17 destinations from Cordoba on 158 weekly flights.

 

22nd September 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas begins codeshare partnership from September 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas and El Al Israel Airlines has launched reciprocal codeshare partnership, covering service between Israel and Argentina, via points in Spain. Approximately from 19SEP17, planned codeshare routes as follow.

Aerolineas Argentinas operated by El Al
Tel Aviv – Barcelona
Tel Aviv – Madrid 

El Al operated by Aerolineas Argentinas
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Barcelona
Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Madrid

 

19th September 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas activates new connection from Cordoba

A press conference was held at Trelew Airport on 16 September, the day which witnessed Aerolineas Argentinas begin flights from Cordoba. Among those taking part were: Herman Muller, Minister of Tourism for Chubut Province (third-left); Adrián Maderna, Mayor of Trelew (third-right) and Mariano Quevedo, Regional Manager, Aerolineas Argentinas (second-right). The 1,324-kilometre route from Cordoba will operate four times weekly on 737-700s.

 

Aerolineas Argentinas expanded its network from Cordoba (COR) this week, connecting Argentina’s second largest city to Trelew (REL) in the Chubut Province of Argentina. Last week the airline had begun services to Santiago in Chile on 10 September with a three times weekly frequency. The connection to Trelew launched on 16 September with four weekly rotations. While the 1,324-kilometre sector to Trelew, which operates on 737-700s, will face no direct competition, the 660-kilometre link to the Chilean capital, flown by E190s, will go head-to-head with LATAM Airlines (13 weekly flights) and Sky Airline (daily). With these two launches during the past fortnight, Aerolineas Argentinas now offers 17 destinations from Cordoba on 158 weekly flights when analysing OAG schedules.

 

14th September 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas expands codeshare routes with Gol Airlines

GOL earlier this month expanded codeshare parternship with Aerolineas Argentinas, covering additional domestic routes to/from Buenos Aires Aeroparque. Approximately from 04SEP17, planned new codeshare routes as follow.

GOL operated by Aerolineas Argentinas 


Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Catamarca
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Esquel
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – La Rioja
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Posadas
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Resistencia
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – San Rafael 
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Santa Fe
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Santa Rosa
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Santiago del Estero
Buenos Aires Aeroparque – Viedma

 

14th September 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas adds Cordoba – Santiago service from Sep 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas this past weekend added Cordoba – Santiago de Chile route, served by Austral Embraer E190 aircraft. The airline operates this route 3 times a week, from 10SEP17.

AR2296 COR1205 – 1335SCL E90 247
AR2297 SCL1420 – 1550COR E90 247

 

29th August 2017

Etihad launches codeshare with Aerolineas Argentinas

Airlines Etihad Airways and Aerolineas Argentinas have launched a new codeshare partnership. The deal sees Etihad place its code on Aerolineas Argentinas flights from Rome and Madrid to Buenos Aires, and also on nine onward domestic routes in Argentina from Buenos Aires. While Aerolineas Argentinas customers will have access to more than 100 destinations from Etihad’s Abu Dhabi hub via Rome and Madrid.

 

Mohammad Al Bulooki, Etihad’s executive vice president commercial, said: “This codeshare demonstrates the importance of Argentina as a vital travel market for Etihad Airways in Latin America given the growing tourism, cultural and business opportunities that exist between the UAE and Argentina.”

 

August 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas announced it has stopped selling tickets to Venezuela

Argentina's flagship carrier Aerolineas Argentinas is no longer selling tickets to fly to Venezuela, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday, as violence and political uncertainty increases in Caracas. The airline had canceled a Saturday flight from Buenos Aires to Caracas two weeks in a row. 

 

July 2017

Aeolíneas Argentinas announces rapid domestic expansion

Aerolineas Argentinas announced it was planning rapid domestic expansion ahead of the launch of new competitors, including Argentina's first LCCs. The government owned airline group expects to grow domestic traffic by approximately 20% in 2017, to 10.5 million passengers, enabling it at least to maintain and potentially grow its market share above the 77% share achieved in 2016.

 

Argentina’s domestic market is expected to double in size during the first four years of the Mauricio Macri administration, which took over at the end of 2015. Aerolineas is already tracking ahead of its target of 50% domestic traffic growth for the four years ending 2019 and is preparing a new commercial strategy to fight off new LCC start-ups. The Argentinean domestic market is on the cusp of a tumultuous and dynamic period – as is the case when an LCC enters any domestic market for the first time.

 

In addition, Aerolineas Argentinas is also planning to order new generation widebody aircraft in 2018, which will be used to replace its remaining A340s in 2020 and its A330 fleet by 2024. New widebody aircraft should also enable the airline group to resume expansion of its long haul network and significantly improve the economics of its European operation. In the nearer term Aerolineas is looking at international expansion opportunities within the Americas using its future fleet of 737 MAX 8s. Aerolineas will likely use the new narrowbody aircraft to launch new international routes from Córdoba, as well as adding capacity on existing regional international routes from Buenos Aires.

 

Aerolineas Argentinas has a relatively small international operation and strategically needs to accelerate international expansion, although its short term focus is on further domestic expansion. The group flew only 2 million international passengers in 2016, and expects similar international traffic in 2017. Meanwhile the group’s domestic traffic, which has already more than doubled over the past five years, is expected to increase another 20% in 2017, to 10.5 million passengers.

 

July 2017

Aeolíneas Argentinas announces fantastic results for first half of 2017

Aerolineas Argentinas announced exceptional results in the first six months of 2017 compared to 2016. The results for June, in line with the company's consistent performance over the previous five months, show a 19% increase in transported passengers compared to 2016 and 25% compared to 2015. During June, the Group Airlines transported 944,853 passengers, with an occupancy rate of 78%, compared to about 74% registered in 2016 and 2015. Although June is characterized as one of the most challenging months in terms of meteorology, Aerolíneas returned to show a remarkable performance in punctuality, obtaining 83%, which contributes to consolidate the company as a leading company in this field. During the semester, the flag line rounded off 87% of punctuality (compared to 85% in 2016 and 78% in 2015) with more than 58 thousand flown flights and a 98.2% compliance in the first Six months of the year.

 

June 2017

Aeolíneas Argentinas introduces additional domestic sector

Aerolineas Argentinas starting today (02JUN17) plans to introduce additional domestic sector, with the offering of Cordoba – Termas de Rio Hondo route. Initially, the airline operates this route 3 times a week (Day 135), increasing to 6 weekly (Day x2). This route is operated by Austral Embraer E190 aircraft.


AR2587 COR1820 – 1925RHD E90 x2
AR2586 RHD0905 – 1010COR E90 x2

 

31st May 2017

Alitalia and Aerolíneas Argentinas Announce Codeshare Agreement 

Alitalia and Aerolineas Argentinas have strengthened their commercial agreement by signing a codeshare agreement.  Flights are already available for sale and will provide travellers of both airlines with more choice and enhanced network connectiving between Italy and Argentina and beyond, to 75 destinations in Italy, Europe, Middle East, Argentina and South America. 

From September, Alitalia will operate three out of seven weekly frequencies between Rome and Buenos Aires with the new Boeing 777-300ER.

 

Three direct weekly flights between Rome and Los Angeles 

Alitalia service between Rome and Los Angeles, currently operating between April and October, will be extended throughout the year.  3 x Weekly frequencies for the up and coming winter season operating from Rome Fiumicino every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday departing at 10:00 arriving in Los Angeles at 14:10 (local time).

 

The Alitalia flight will take off for the return journey from Los Angeles at 16:10 (local time) arriving in Rome Fiumicino at 13:10 (local time) on the following day.  The flights to Los Angeles will be operated with 293-seat Boeing 777 aircraft on a three class configuration (Business, Premium Economy and Economy).  During the 2017/2018 winter season, we will connect Italy to four destinations in the US: New York (from Rome Fiumicino and Milan Malpensa), Boston, Miami and Los Angeles (from Rome Fiumicino).

 

May 2017

Aerolíneas Argentinas added a new Boeing to its fleet

The brand new aircraft arrived at Ezeiza directly from the Boeing plant in Seattle, USA, and has already been scheduled for commercial operations. The new airplane had its first flight on Saturday April 29, when completing the Aeroparque-San Carlos de Bariloche-Aeroparque route.The incorporation of new aircraft will enable Aerolíneas Argentinas to maintain the leadership in punctuality that it obtained during 2016 in cabotage flights, and to lead in the month of March of this year the regional ranking as the most punctual company.

 

The new B-737/800, registered LV-GUC, with a configuration of 170 seats -8 in Club Economy and 162 in Economy class- will cover the growing offer of services due to the increase in flight frequencies and summation of new destinations, Such as the federal corridors and the recently inaugurated distribution center in the city of Córdoba.The B-737/800, registered LV-GUC, with a configuration of 170 seats -8 in Club Economy and 162 in Economy class- "will cover the growing offer of services resulting from the increase in their flight frequencies and summation of new destination.

 

As part of the renewal and expansion of its fleet, Aerolíneas will begin to receive the new B-737 MAX 8 in November and December, the company said. The brand new aircraft arrived at Ezeiza directly from the Boeing plant in Seattle, USA, and has already been scheduled for commercial operations.

 

Aerolíneas Argentinas announced it had redesigned its website.

The redesign of the site would allow to buy from mobile devices, buy tickets, check flight schedules, view a reservation, obtain information about allowed baggage or the Aerolíneas Plus program.

 

 

April 2017

Aerolíneas Argentinas start operating from the "Atlantic Corridoor"

Aerolíneas Argentinas announced it had started operating from Ezeiza Airport, the so-called "Atlantic Corridor", that will connect daily the cities of Buenos Aires, Mar del Plata, Bahia Blanca, Trelew, Comodoro Rivadavia and Ushuaia. The flight of the "Atlantic Corridor" will take off on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from Ezeiza at 8.50, arriving at Mar del Plata at 9.40.

 

From the "Feliz" it will leave for Bahia Blanca at 10.15, to land at 11.25. He will depart at 12.05 to land at Trelew at 13.20 and finally take off from Trelew at 13.55 to land at Comodoro Rivadavia at 14.25. The return from Comodoro Rivadavia to Ezeiza begins at 15 o'clock to arrive at the international airport at 20.30, after having made stopovers in Trelew, Bahía Blanca and Mar del Plata. While on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays the schedules are repeated until Bahía Blanca, from where it will take off at 12.15 to Ushuaia to land in the southern city at 15.15. The return flight to Ezeiza with stops in Bahía Blanca and Mar del Plata, departs from Ushuaia at 14.35.

 

Aerolíneas Argentinas and Alitalia, a member of SkyTeam's global airline alliance, have signed a code-sharing agreement that will allow both companies to expand destinations in the Americas, Europe and Asia. The firm will assume that the five current frequencies of the Argentine airline to Rome will also be marketed by Alitalia and that Aerolíneas will be able to add to its international offer connections with 16 destinations in Italy, including Turin, Genoa, Florence, Bologna or Venice. To these destinations are added another 16 in 10 countries in Europe and Asia, such as London, Geneva, Zurich, Frankfurt, Berlin and Athens, among others.

 

The European company, for its part, will be able to offer its passengers from Italy the possibility of connecting with the routes operated by Aerolineas Argentinas and Austral, with 35 destinations in Argentina and at regional level such as Montevideo, Asunción, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Lima and Santiago de Chile. Passengers who hire connections within the framework of the agreement will have itineraries with a single travel code, with boarding pass and sending their luggage to final destination at the airport of origin.

 

15th February 2017

Aerolíneas Argentinas and AeroMexico commence codeshare partnership

Aerolíneas Argentinas and AeroMexico commenced codeshare partnership, covering services between Argentina and Mexico. Planned codeshare routes:

 

Aerolíneas Argentinas operated by AeroMexico (Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Mexico City)

AeroMexico operated by Aerolíneas Argentinas (Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Cancun)

 

3rd February 2017

Aerolíneas Argentinas new newtork plan

Aerolíneas Argentinas outlines new domestic network hub plan.

 

13th January 2017

Aerolíneas Argentinas operation change

Northern Summer season in 2017 is changing operations for Buenos Aires Ezeiza to Rome service. Currently served by A340-300 4 times a week, the Skyteam member will switch to A330-200 operation from 1st May 2017.

 


 

 

 

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Jorge Newbery Airport serves Buenos Aires, Argentina and is the hub airport for Aerolineas Argentinas. The airport has one runaway and can handle nearly 12 million passengers every year. Other airlines which fly to and from Jorge Newbery Airport include Gol Transportes Aereos, LAN Airlines, Macair Jet, SOl Lineas Aereas and TAM Airlines. 

 

 

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SkyTeam Alliance is a leading global airline network, with 20 member airlines. SkyTeam alliance was founded in 2000 and now consists of member airlines such as Aerolineas Argentinas, AeroMexico, Air Europa, China Southern, Alitalia, China Airlines, Delta, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, KLM and others. SkyTeam Alliance network has nearly 16,323 daily flights, with 1,052 destinations in 177 countries. 

 

 


 

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