Aerolineas Argentinas

Full Service Carrier
International and Domestic
In service


Aerolineas Argentinas commenced operations in Dec-1950 and is the national airline of Argentina. The carrier, together with regional airline, Austral Lineas Aereas provides services throughout Argentina and to destinations across North and South America as well as Europe. Aerolineas operate from two hubs in Buenos Aires, with Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport used for domestic and regional international services and Ezeiza International used for long-haul services. Aerolineas and Austral comprise the Aerolíneas Argentinas SA group, which is majority-owned by the Argentine government. The carrier utilises a mixed fleet of narrow and wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft. In Aug-2012, Aerolineas Argentinas became a member of SkyTeam, the first South American member of the alliance. 

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