Air Europa will resume flights to Cordoba (Argentina) starting in February.
The Spanish airline Air Europa will resume its flights between Madrid and the Argentine city of Cordoba, with a stopover in Asuncion (Paraguay), starting next February, offering a total of four weekly frequencies (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays).
The company indicated that the resumption of its second destination with Argentina is part of its route recovery plan after the pandemic.
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After adding the city of Cordoba, Air Europa assures that it currently operates in “practically all” of its destinations in Latin America and the United States.
The Spanish airline expects to recover pre-pandemic occupancy levels by 2022.
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