Madonna is coming to Argentina and Chile sometime in December according to reports in the Argentine edition of the Rolling Stones magazine, quoting sources from the record industry in Buenos Aires.
The expansion of the main building of the Ushuaia airport terminal, in Tierra del Fuego, is scheduled to be finished early next year helping to further promote what is rapidly becoming the main industry of Argentina's most southern province.
Next July 24 the Chilean Public Works ministry will announce the name of the company that will be awarded the concession of the Punta Arenas airport, in the extreme south of the country, said Juan Francisco Miranda the regional representative for the ministry.
Franca whales are back in Argentine Patagonia, more precisely at Peninsula Valdes and the provincial government of Chubut has resorted to internet video to share whale watching with a world audience.
A jetliner overshot a runway and raced onto a busy street in the Honduran capital on Friday, killing the pilot, two passengers and a motorist on the ground. At least 65 people were injured.
Lan Chile one of the leading air carriers in South America said it expects slower growth in 2008 because of rising fuel prices and lower than expected passenger volume, which will force it to scale down international flights.
Lan Chile and Sky Airlines resumed flights on Thursday to the south of Chile which earlier this week had to be suspended because of the high ash concentration in the atmosphere originated in the eruption of the Chaitén volcano.
The Peruvian government will invest an estimated 35.7 million US dollars in archeological research in the Machu Picchu ruins area of influence.
IT has taken over 400 years but soon the Tower of London is going to get some of its guns back - at least for a while.
With oil prices hitting new records almost daily, the nation's largest air carrier, American Airlines, announced drastic steps Wednesday to remain viable, including charging new fees for all checked baggage, slashing domestic flights and laying off thousands of workers.