From this month, Argentinian airlines will inaugurate six new routes in order to promote tourism and guarantee the connectivity of locals and foreigners during the winter holidays.
the transport company reported that from today the first flights from São Paulo will arrive, since the Government also seeks to promote connections with Brazil, a strategy in which the work of Argentinian airlines.
In this sense, Argentinian airlines will offer flights between San Pablo and Bariloche with three weekly frequencies. San Pablo-Córdoba, two weekly frequencies, coming from El Calafate.
It will also enable flights between Salta and San Pablo, with three weekly frequencies, coming from Tucumán; and trips between Buenos Aires-San Pablo, with two weekly frequencies, coming from Ushuaia.
In this regard, the president of the company, Pablo Ceriani, pointed out that “today is a very important day for Argentinian airlines because With this flight between San Pablo, Salta and Tucumán we are starting an operation that is unprecedented in Argentina”.
And he added: “It means being able to connect the Brazilian market directly with the most important tourist enclaves in the country. We are more than sure that the winter season is going to be a success”.
Additionally, frequencies will be increased in destinations such as Salta, Tucumán, Ushuaia, Jujuy, Mendoza, Calafate, Córdoba, Bariloche, Bahía Blanca, Rosario, among other parts of the country.
What other connections will the airline enable?
The airline highlights that it recovered the “Atlantic Corridor”, which will link the cities of Buenos Aires with Mar del Plata, Bahía Blanca, Trelew, Comodoro Rivadavia and Río Gallegosin both ways.
Also, starting this week the company will have a daily flight between Buenos Aires and Bogotá, Colombia, which will also strengthen the market with that country.