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About Flybondi

Flybondi, or FB Líneas Aéreas, is an Argentinian low-cost airline based in Cordoba and prides itself in being the first low-cost airline in the country. All of the airline's aircraft were registered in Argentina. Another airlines that flies within Argentina is Aerolíneas Argentinas.


Flybondi Fleet

Flybondi's fleet consists of Boeing 737-800 aircrafts, which it uses to fly domestic routes between 12 different airports within Argentina.


Flybondi Destinations

Flybondi's first routes were launched from Córdoba International Airport to Mendoza, Bariloche and Puerto Iguazú. Flybondi now flies from Códorba to Bahía Blanca, Bariloche, Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Corrientes, Mendoza, Neuquén, Posadas, Puerto Iguazú, Salta, San Salvador de Jujuy, Santiago del Estero, Tucumaán.


Flybondi Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

The baggage allowance for Flybondi passengers is one piece of free carry-on baggage of 30cm x 20cm x 40 cm and up to 6 kgs in weight.

Passengers must store carry-on baggage under their seat once on the aircraft.


Checked Baggage

Passengers flying with Flybondi are entitled to one item of free checked baggage. The baggage must not exceed the weight of 25 kgs and can be no longer than 158 cm in linear dimension. Passengers wanting to carry any additional baggage may purchase it in advance or at the airport prior to departure. 



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Flybondi Hub Airport

Cordoba International Airport

Flybondi is based at Cordoba International Airport (full name Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella International Airport) which is the main airport serving the city of Cordoba in Argentina. Many airlines operate from the airport including LATAM Argentina, Copa Airlines, Aerolíneas Argentinas and Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Interior of Cordoba International Airport

Photo credit: Morissey 


Flybondi News

2nd August

Flybondi Provides Highlights 6 months of Operations

Since launching in January 2018, Flybondi outlines the following:

  • 17 new flight routes
  • First launch from Argentina
  • 400 + personnel
  • 360,000+ passengers flown 
  • 5 x Boeing 737-800



25th June 2018

Flybondi Seeks Further Routes as the Airline;Grows Market Share

Flybondi, Argentina’s low-cost startup, has become the country's 3rd largest airline, by surpassing Andes Líneas Aéreas. Flybondi is now seeking 361 potential new route authorities to secure its long-term expansion.

The airline has requested Argentina’s civil aviation authority ANAC to award it the permits to operate flights on 361 domestic and international city pairs in addition to the 85 route rights it already holds. Flybondi began service 4 months ago. Instead of operating from Buenos Aires El Palomar low-cost airport, the routes requested by Flybondi underline a network development strategy that prioritises connecting cities in Argentina’s interior, avoiding the traditional Buenos Aires-centric strategy of its competitors.

The following international destinations have been confirmed as candidates for Flybondi's flights: Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Colombia.

Aerolineas Argentinas continues to dominate the domestic market with a 70% market share.


25th May 2018

FlyBondi Target Mendoza as Airport Hub

FlyBondi are looking to open a base at Governor Francisco Gabrielli International Airport (MDZ), Mendoza. Although there's no indication on exactly when FlyBondi wants to add the Mendoza to its list of hubs, the Argentine carrier has made its clear it wants open a base in the west of Argentina. 


Director of Labour and Government Relations, Estebn Tossutti, state that if Flybondi were to open a hub in Mendoza it woud allow for 120 new jobs within the city. He then urged the government to participate in the development of this plan as it has it will have highly positive results for all involved.