Aerolineas Argentinas Airlines

Aerolineas Argentina was established in 1929. The name at that time was AEROPOSTA- An airmail Service. Two well known French aviators, Jean Mermoz and Antoine De Saint-Exupery began this service. The airline under the name Aerolineas Argentina began in 1950. The hub airport is Ministro Pistarini International Airport, located in Ezeiza, a suburb of Buenos Aires. The other major hub airport for the airline is Luis Mu?oz International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Under the leadership of Moreno Pacheco, head of the airline, this move was made to make the group one of the biggest airlines in Latin America, going toe-to-toe with American Airlines Caribbean service.

Groupo Marsans of Spain bought the airline in 2001. In 2008, the reversion to state ownership process began. This was a major item of discussion during the February 2009 visit by the Argentine head of State during her visit to Madrid.

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Norwegian Air launches Gatwick: Europe-Buenos Aires air routes grow and competition escalates - CAPA - Centre for Aviation
Iberia is the leading airline from Europe to Buenos Aires thanks mainly to its Madrid-Buenos Aires capacity, a route on which it competes with Air Europa and Aerolineas Argentinas. Pre-empting Norwegian, IAG's long haul LCC Level has grown the Europe ...
Aerolineas Argentinas Looks to Strengthen Its International Offering - AirlineGeeks.com
... after having launched the Córdoba – Santiago de Chile route on September 10, 2017, as well as seasonal flights to Brazilian cities of Florianópolis, Porto Seguro , Rio de Janeiro, San Salvador de Bahia and the Uruguayan city of Punta del Este. Both ...
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@ChinaSouthernKR And when do you will start the Codeshare Agreement with Aerolineas Argentinas which was signed in 2012 and last year?
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what should i make for aerolíneas argentinas? (no airports or planes kthx) im out of ideas and i want some stuff to make
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@herl_main @Zealot_Slav @Mattera1984 The issue is settled. Argentina is an economic basket case while the Falklands… https://t.co/0revTqIKpz
Aerolineas Argentinas and Alitalia Sign First Joint Business Agreement in Argentine Aviation History - AirlineGeeks.com
It will also allow the two airlines to harmonize the customer experience and deliver seamless world-class airline products between Argentina and Italy.“The strengthened cooperation with Aerolíneas Argentinas presents great growth opportunities for us ...
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Delta, Aerolineas Argentinas and Cielos del Sur / Delta and WestJet - Notice of Additional Delta Connection Carrier… https://t.co/qDLBnxbZLm
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@j4_cks0n @insuItingIy @itslukemango @FlySouthernRBLX which is more basic? flysouthern? or aerolíneas argentinas? a… https://t.co/IkNl56N95e
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Alitalia, Aerolineas Argentinas sign a JBA - ch-aviation
Alitalia (AZ, Rome Fiumicino) and Aerolineas Argentinas (AR, Buenos Aires Ezeiza) signed a joint-business agreement (JBA) to improve the passenger experience and connectivity options between Italy and Argentina, as well as beyond these countries. The ...
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