In the case of Bariloche, there will be 63 weekly frequencies from Aeroparque and Ezeiza, adding 10 extra flights compared to December and, in addition, it will have seven weekly flights from Rosario, six from Córdoba and two from Mendoza.
El Calafate will have 35 weekly frequencies from Aeroparque and Ezeiza, adding three extra flights compared to December to which are added two weekly flights from Córdoba and 14 from Ushuaia.
Iguazú, another of the most chosen destinations, will have 30 weekly frequencies from Aeroparque and Ezeiza, adding four flights compared to December and four flights were scheduled from Córdoba, three from Salta, two from Tucumán and two from Rosario.
Mar del Plata will have 21 weekly frequencies from Aeroparque and four weekly from Córdoba, and two weekly from Rosario, Tucumán and Mendoza.
To Salta there will be 29 weekly frequencies from Aeroparque and Ezeiza, adding six extra flights, and the frequencies between Resistencia and Salta will begin to operate with two weekly flights and will have six weekly with Córdoba, three with Mendoza, two from Neuquén, three from Rosario and three from Iguazú.
Trelew will have 14 frequencies from Aeroparque and Ezeiza, adding two extra flights and will also have two weekly flights from Córdoba.
To Ushuaia there will be 40 weekly frequencies from Aeroparque and Ezeiza, adding 13 extra flights and also weekly flights from Córdoba and 14 from El Calafate.
Important increases are also foreseen on routes such as San Rafael, which will have one daily flight instead of the current four weekly; Neuquén, which adds two extra flights, operating 18 weekly flights; Comodoro Rivadavia adds three extra flights, operating 21 weekly frequencies; Puerto Madryn that adds two extra flights going to six weekly frequencies and Rosario that adds five extra flights going to operate 18 weekly frequencies.
In addition, other destinations such as Formosa, Santiago del Estero and San Luis will start operating daily flights.
Starting in January, the new Córdoba – San Juan route will begin to operate with two weekly flights, this being another inter-section route that joins the Córdoba Hub, which will allow San Juan residents to connect with the north and south of the country without going through Buenos Aires.
In addition, the aforementioned Resistencia – Salta begins, which joins Formosa with the North Federal Corridor, as well as Rosario – Iguazú and Viedma – Bariloche.
In total, there are 36 federal inter-sections that the company will be operating, without going through Buenos Aires.
In summary, during the summer months the company will fly an average of 190 flights per day, which means transporting more than 24,000 passengers daily.
“We have full occupancy in all domestic destinations, which is a great joy because it is not only good for our company but for the entire tourism and hotel sector and the country in general,” said Pablo Ceriani, president of Aerolineas Argentinas.
The domestic programming of Aerolineas Argentinas during this summer in the offer of seats, represents 90% with respect to the pre-pandemic levels.