This week, Argentina published the air traffic report for the entire of 2022. We now have a glimpse at the country’s recovery throughout the year. Argentina closed last year with a 15% domestic traffic decrease compared to 2019, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, and a...
Let’s take a look at Argentina’s recovery so far in 2022 by using the latest data released by the country’s National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC). Domestically, Argentina has bounced quite nicely from the COVID-19 pandemic, but internationally the country is still...
Following Brazil’s airline recovery analysis, today we’ll check out how’s Argentina’s airline recovery going. To do that, we’ll use the Civil Aviation National Agency (ANAC) stats, which are some of the most up-to-date across Latin America. We already have information...
Aerolineas Argentinas is flying to China every third day in July, according to a press released by the South American carrier. While these trips are not commercial, they serve a greater purpose: fetching COVID-19 Sinopharm vaccines. How many flights has Aerolíneas...
Finally, 2020 is coming to an end. For many airlines worldwide, this is a year they will never forget. In Latin America, many Governments kept their airspaces shut for more than six months, effectively grounding the carriers. Just in the final quarter of 2020, some...
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