Aerolineas Argentinas

By Lori Ranson
Argentina’s government has taken steps to knock down barriers in the country’s aviation sector as part of the president's efforts to liberalize the industry.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By David Casey
JetSmart is ready to expand its operations in Argentina if the country’s new government follows through on rhetoric to further liberalize the aviation sector.
Airports & Networks

By Lori Ranson
The governments of Argentina and Brazil have forged a memorandum of understanding to expand air service between the two countries.
Airlines & Lessors

By David Casey
Political influence continues to loom large on Latin America’s aviation landscape.
Airlines & Lessors

By Lori Ranson
Latin American airlines face headwinds from financial challenges and politics.
Airlines & Lessors

By Alan Dron
Aerolineas Argentinas has ordered 12 Embraer 195-E2s to expand its crossover jet fleet.
Small Narrowbody Jets

By Lori Ranson
Aerolineas Argentinas is working to build its Airbus widebody fleet back to pre-pandemic levels and is considering adding Embraer E2s to its operations.
Airlines & Lessors

By Lee Ann Shay
Steps the airline is taking to transform MRO business.
Workforce & Training

By Lori Ranson
With two ULCCs and flag carrier Aerolineas Argentinas, it appears a modicum of rationality has taken hold in the Argentine market.
Airlines & Lessors

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Although commercial air traffic has recovered, Latin American MROs continue to deal with supply chain and workforce challenges.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By James Pozzi
Why Aerolineas Argentinas is looking to develop capabilities for the under-served Latin American commercial aftermarket.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By David Casey
Routes details the latest new route announcements, as well as the services returning to carriers’ networks.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Routes details the latest new route announcements, as well as the services returning to carriers’ networks.
Airports & Networks

By Lori Ranson
The carrier is seeing strong domestic demand in Argentina.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Argentina’s flag carrier is adding more routes to São Paulo in response to “high demand.”
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Routes details the latest new route announcements, as well as the services returning to carriers’ networks.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
The SkyTeam partners have been given the go-ahead to expand an agreement that has been in place for the past three years.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Argentina’s flag carrier is adding a new route from Mendoza after the city’s airport was cleared to resume international flights.
Airports & Networks

By Wesley Charnock
Routes hears about SVO's recovery that made it Europe's largest airport by passenger numbers in June.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Routes rounds-up the latest new route announcements, as well as services returning to carrier’s networks.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
The Italian flag-carrier has restored routes to São Paulo and Buenos Aires.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
One of the world’s most stringent COVID-19 travel bans looks to be nearing an end.
Airports & Networks

By Ben Goldstein
COVID-19 pushes LATAM subsidiary over the brink.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Argentina’s state-owned flag carrier Aerolíneas Argentinas is to begin merging its operations with subsidiary Austral in a bid to cut costs.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Air New Zealand has postponed the launch of its long-awaited nonstop Auckland-New York service until late 2021 “at the earliest” and confirmed two other international long-haul routes will not return to its network.
Airports & Networks