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Argentina Will Finally Get Its First Low-Cost Carrier Starting in September

Beginning in September, travelers in Argentina will have a new option when it comes to budget travel. The nation of 44 million people currently has two main methods of domestic travel; state-run Aerolineas Argentina and buses. But, Argentina’s government has announced that it will now allow the country’s first budget airline, FlyBondi, to take flight. FlyBondi’s Chief Executive, Julian Cook, told the Wall Street Journal that seats will cost less than a bus ticket. To offer an example, a one-way…