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Aerolíneas Argentinas' first Boeing 737 MAX 8 (Photo: Chuyi Chuang)

Aerolineas Argentinas Enhances Passenger Experience Through Digital Management

Aerolineas Argentinas has become Latin America’s first airline to digitally empower its cabin crews and take the inflight passenger service to the next level with SITAONAIR’s CrewTab. CrewTab digitally transforms cabin crews’ preflight, inflight, and post-flight activities and their workflows by providing crew members with a complete, user-friendly mobile, and tablet application interface. Through this, they can access key passenger profile details, spanning everything from special meal requests, to connecting flights. By replacing paper-based processes with interactive CrewTab dashboard, AR…

Photos: Aerolineas Argentinas Receives Its First Boeing 737 MAX 8

On Thursday, Aerolineas Argentinas' first Boeing 737 MAX 8 arrived at Ezeiza Airport, after completing its delivery flight. [caption id="attachment_17492" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] The airline's first 737 MAX[/caption] Earlier this week, on Wednesday, the aircraft, with registration LV-GVD took its first leg from Boeing's facilities in Washington State to Punta Cana,…

Airbus Forecasts 2677 Aircraft for Latin America over Next Two…

From 2017 to 2036, Latin America and the Caribbean will need 2,677 new passenger and freight aircraft to meet rising demand, according to the latest Airbus Global Market Forecast (GMF). Valued at US $352 billion, this demand accounts for 2,084 single-aisle and 593 twin-aisle aircraft. This implies that the region’s…

LATAM Airlines Adds Routes to U.S., Europe and Israel

LATAM Airlines Group is preparing to offer three new international routes in 2018 including: Boston, Rome, and Lisbon. All flights will fly to its São Paulo/Guarulhos hub in Brazil, increasing connectivity from North America and Europe to Latin America. Also, the airline recently announced its plans to serve Tel Aviv,…

Aerolineas Argentinas Prepares to Introduce the 737 MAX 8 and…

Aerolíneas Argentinas is set to receive its first Boeing 737 MAX 8 by the end of November, making Argentina’s flag carrier the first operator of the type in Latin America. The addition will directly impact its long-haul fleet, partially relieving the aging A340-300 from active duty. Following a renegotiation of…