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An Aerolineas Argentinas A330-200 departs from JFK (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Ben Suskind)

Aerolineas Argentinas Takes a Big Hit in 2018 Financials

Last week, Aerolineas Argentinas and its domestic sister company, Austral, presented its 2018 results with some worrying numbers but also with a ray of light regarding its operations for 2019. Together, both companies recorded a loss of $489 million USD. Compared to 2017, revenues remained practically constant, accompanying inflation, but costs rose by 18 percent. At the start of 2019, the operational numbers of the company registered a steep recovery. In 2017, the company showed signs of high growth with…

Aerolineas Argentinas Targets Flybondi Customer Base in New, Deregulated Market

In a brief meeting on Tuesday, Aerolineas Argentinas' Revenue Management and Marketing departments unveiled the new price segment for domestic travelers: 3,000 seats will be offered starting from 499 Argentinian pesos in average per leg (about $30 for the round trip) in an attempt to regain domestic market share lost…

Aerolineas Argentinas Invests Almost $10 Million in IT Systems

Aerolíneas Argentinas is completing an investment of $9.8 million as part of the modernization of its computer systems. In this process, a new data center was set up, two new powerful computers are being incorporated and progress will be made in the expansion of data storage capacity. The objective is…