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Buenos Aires International Airlines is a start-up airline that will aim to operate 178 domestic flights and international routes starting from Buenos Aires. The new airline will fly to Cordoba and Rosario and covering Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, the United States, Panama, Cuba, the Caribbean, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Cape Verde, China, New Zealand, Tahiti, and Australia.

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Ezeiza International Airport

The start-up Argentine airline will be based at Ministro Pistarini International Airport (known as Ezeiza International Airport) which is an international airport 22km away from the city of Buenos Aires. The airport is named after the politician Juan Pistarini.

Ezeiza International Airport is also the hub for Polar Lineas Aereas. Other airlines that fly to this airport include Fly-CD and Flybondi.


The airline's fleet will include A320/B737 and A330/350 aircraft.