Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego is celebrating the arrival of a new airline which will have three weekly schedules, but equally significant is the fact it is low-cost Flybondi which opens greater options for residents and tourists planning to travel to the extreme south of Argentina, and the main cruise hub to Antarctica.
Argentine budget airline Flybondi has announced plans to expand its fleet to 10 aircraft. The increase in operations would result in 400 new direct jobs, CEO Maurio Sana, announced Tuesday
Argentine budget carrier Flybondi will start serving Uruguay as of December, it was announced this week.“ It is a good offer for many tourists to come to our country from Buenos Aires and all of Argentina,” said the head of Tourism.
Argentine budget carrier Flybondi is to resume domestic services after 15 months grounded due to restrictions on the circulation of people owing to sanitary reasons, it was announced.
The Argentine government awarded low-cost airline Flybondi a 15-year license to exploit 284 domestic and international routes, including one that potentially can link Buenos Aires directly with the Falkland Islands.
The Argentine government has reclassified the El Palomar air terminal in the province of Buenos Aires as an international airport, responding to requests from aviation firms.The decision was confirmed via a resolution from the National and Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC), issued in the Argentine Official Gazette.
Argentine budget airline Flybondi will go international starting December 17 with a flight between El Palomar in the Greater Buenos Aires area and the Paraguayan capital Asunción. Three days later it will commence serving Punta del Este from El Palomar and also from Córdoba.