JetSMART airplane Argentina JetSMART 

JetSMART prepares to fly in Argentina

The Chilean low-cost airline plans to operate domestic flights in that country and expand in Latin America. JetSMART is a new low cost airline operating in Chile, based at Santiago International Airport (SCL). The company belongs to Indigo Partners, which operates other airlines such as Wizz Air, Volaris and Frontier Airlines. The business group was the protagonist of the largest order in history, requesting Airbus a total of 430 new aircraft for a figure amounting to 49,500 million dollars. Some 70 aircraft of the order will be destined to the…

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Argentina Flybondi 

Flybondi has date for the start of his flights and began selling tickets

The first low cost airline in Argentina begins to fly as of January 26. Today, was enabled the sale of tickets for the first low-cost company in Argentina, Flybondi. Through its website, users can purchase tickets and choose the additional services they want, for the 12 destinations that the airline will offer in the coming months. Flybondi will begin its activities on January 26th from its base at Córdoba International Airport (COR), located in the second most populated city in Argentina, and from where it will fly to Puerto Iguazú…

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Argentina Córdoba International Airport Flybondi 

The first Flybondi aircraft is already in Argentina

Last Saturday arrived in Cordoba the Boeing 737-800 belonging to the low-cost airline. Flybondi is the first low cost airline that Argentina will have, plans to fly to 43 destinations within the South American country and to 42 in neighboring countries in the next 5 years. The fleet will be integrated by 737-800 aircraft and the first airplane is already in the hands of the airline. The LV-HKS registration plane arrived at Cordoba International Airport (COR), on Saturday, December 2 at 0:43 local time and was received with the water arch made…

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Avianca Argentina ATR 72 600 aircraft Argentina Avianca 

Avianca Argentina begins its operations

The airline begins with flights between Buenos Aires and Rosario using ATR 72 600 aircraft. Avianca Argentina launches its first regular flight today in the South American country. The airline had planned to start operations in July, but it still had to finish implementing its sales and general operations system, which is why its start was postponed. Finally Avianca will begin to fly in Argentina using its new ATR 72 600 turboprop aircraft with capacity for 72 passengers. The first route links the Buenos Aires-Aeroparque Airport (AEP) with the Rosario…

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