02/27/2020 - 12:11
Aerolineas Argentinas announced the creation of four new cabotage and regional routes that do not pass through Buenos Aires. He also announced the increase in frequencies on other routes.
This was communicated by the head of the state airline, Pablo Ceriani, to the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero.
The new routes of Airlines and its controlled Austral will be between Comodoro Rivadavia and Rio Gallegos, from December; another will be the one that connects Bariloche with the Brazilian San Pablo, only during the winter season, between July 1 and August 15 and from July, in addition, there will be a new “seasonal” route between Bariloche and Mendoza, which It will fly with two weekly frequencies, between July and April. The fourth new route will be that of a Resistencia con Iguazú, with two weekly frequencies, between October and February.
Among the routes that will increase its frequencies are Córdoba-Ushuaia (it will go from being "seasonal" to having flights all year long), flights from Buenos Aires to Rio Grande and Río Gallegos and a regular flight between Bariloche and El Calafate.
The seasonal route between Córdoba and Trelew will also be maintained, the frequency between Buenos Aires and Santa Rosa will be increased, as well as the route from Aeroparque to San Juan, to San Luis, Río Cuarto, La Rioja and Catamarca.