Aerolíneas Argentinas Looks to Boost Its Brazilian Connectivity

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March 15. Aerolíneas Argentinas will launch a new route between Argentina and Brazil, reopen three routes currently closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, and increase the overall number of frequencies between both countries as it scales up its international capacity. Where will it fly? Let’s investigate further.

Aerolíneas Argentinas will have up to 63 weekly flights between Brazil and Argentina by July, according to the carrier. The State operator will reopen three routes between April and July and launch a new route.

Starting in July, Aerolíneas Argentinas will launch the route between Salta (SLA) and São Paulo (GRU). The airline will operate three weekly flights allowing increased connectivity for the Argentinian provinces of Salta and Tucumán, in the northwest of the country.

Prior to opening that route, Aerolíneas Argentinas expects to relaunch three services it had closed due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in South America. The carrier will resume its flights from Buenos Aires (Ezeiza International Airport, EZE and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, AEP) to Brasília (BSB), Curitiba (CWB), and Porto Alegre (POA).

Source: Simple Flying

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