Brazil has a good time in terms of the presence of international airlines, which have increased flight frequency and created new routes. Aware of this potential, Aerolíneas Argentinas has also positioned itself more incisively in the country, with 93 weekly flights connecting Brazil to seven destinations.
“We are confident that the closing of 2017 will be very good in terms of sales and goals.” We want to be protagonists of the international aviation market of Brazil in 2018 “explains the director general for Brazil, Gonzalo Romero.
The airline is the main option for those who want to go from Brazil to Argentina, one of the most sought after by Brazilians. For this year, it is expected that one million Brazilian tourists will visit the ‘brother’ country, according to the National Institute of Tourism Promotion of Argentina (Inprotur). In 2016, there were almost 900 thousand.
In total, Aerolíneas Argentinas connects all regions of Argentina (37 cities) to neighboring countries; are 12 cities in five countries. There are also flights to ten other destinations in the Americas and Europe, which are more likely to connect with Skyteam, a company-member alliance.
For flights, the company has one of the most modern fleets in Latin America, with equipment of seven years of use, on average. At the end of the year, two units of the B737-800 Max reinforce the fleet.
Regarding the travel experience, Aerolíneas offers the Club Economy cabin, premium class, on all flights that connect Brazil to Argentina. The company is unique in that it has a differentiated booth for this product on all its routes.
In 2017, Aerolíneas has achieved good results and broke records. This year, it carried more than 8.3 million passengers, which represents a growth of 13% compared to 2016.
In terms of punctuality, the numbers are also good. In recent months, the company has achieved records throughout the network, with an average rate of 85% in the first half.
Recently, the company’s third hub was inaugurated in Córdoba, which allows transit in various parts of Argentina without the need to pass through the capital Buenos Aires.