Aerolineas Argentinas to offer 95 weekly flights to Brazil in July and August

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Aerolíneas Argentinas presented this Tuesday its offer of flights and destinations for the winter season to and from Brazil during the WTM Latin America (World Travel Market) fair being held in the city of Sao Paulo.

Fabián Lombardo, president of the company, announced that there will be a total of 95 weekly frequencies to different points in that country, in a bid to compete in the inbound tourism market during the winter season in July and August.

This expansion includes the novelty of a daily non-stop flight between Sao Paulo and Bariloche and the return of the route to Porto Seguro with two weekly flights, a destination that has not been offered for 5 years. With this new addition, seven Brazilian cities will see an improvement in connectivity for the winter period, reaching a 12% increase in seats compared to the 2023 season.

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Sao Paulo will also have two weekly flights to Ushuaia and Chapelco (with a stop at Aeroparque), in addition to direct flights to Cordoba (two weekly), Salta (one weekly) and Buenos Aires (five daily flights).

The city of Buenos Aires will be connected with three daily flights to Rio de Janeiro, in addition to the seven weekly flights to Porto Alegre, six to Salvador de Bahia, six to Curitiba and three to Brasilia.

“Brazil is Aerolíneas Argentinas’ leading international market in terms of number of passengers, and we have a great opportunity to offer more and better options to attract tourists to the more than 35 destinations we have in our country,” said Lombardo.