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Aerolíneas Argentinas places order for four A330-200s

Aerolíneas Argentinas has signed a purchase agreement for four Airbus A330-200s to renew and consolidate their widebody fleet. Aerolíneas Argentinas will announce the engine selection at a later date.
Argentina’s flagship carrier will deploy the new A330 aircraft for medium and long haul routes from their Buenos Aires hub to destinations throughout Latin America, Europe and the United States. The airline currently operates eight A340-300s, four A340-200s and four A330s.
“Because we are committed to offer our customers the best service possible, we have added four A330-200s to our fleet,” said Mariano Recalde, President of Aerolíneas Argentinas. “This wide-body aircraft provides the latest innovation, modern interior design and onboard entertainment, while allowing us to significantly improve our fleet’s operational and economic efficiencies. We are very proud of this decision, which makes our relationship with Airbus stronger than ever.”
“We applaud Aerolíneas Argentinas’ for renewing their fleet based on the successful A330 Family. This exceptional aircraft is part of the best-selling wide body program that features a unique combination of unbeatable economics, versatility and fuel efficiency, said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “Airbus is consistently investing in the development of the A330 Family to ensure its continued leadership in reliability and operating economics.”

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Aerolineas Argentinas Launches an In-Flight Wireless Revolution with Panasonic Avionics

Aerolineas Argentinas, the national airline of Argentina, will revolutionize air travel for its customers as the first Latin American airline to introduce wireless in-flight entertainment, provided by Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic) through its eXW wireless in-flight entertainment (IFE) system.

Passengers will be able to connect to content on board the aircraft via their Wi-Fi-enabled laptops, tablets, smartphones or other devices and enjoy movies, music and in-flight service such as ordering meals.

The system is being linefit on eight Boeing 737-800s being delivered to Aerolineas Argentinas from later this year. It will be deployed on domestic flights and mid-range destinations such as those in Brazil, Peru and Chile.

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Aerolineas Argentinas Adds Seasonal Mendoza – Sao Paulo Service June – August 2014

Update at 1620GMT+10 28APR14

Aerolineas Argentinas from 19JUN14 to 11AUG14 is introducing seasonal Mendoza – Sao Paulo operation, on board Boeing 737-700 aircraft. This route operates once a week.

AR1930 MDZ0040 – 0410GRU 73W 1
AR1931 GRU0020 – 0425MDZ 73W 1

Extra service is operating on 19JUN14 (Day 4)

http://airlineroute.net/2014/04/28/ar-mdzgru-jun14/
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Didn't AR has flew to JFK before?
Yes, and December 2013 retake the route, it is possible that the frequency increases, the strange thing is that when United leaves the route was profitable in theory
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Aerolineas Argentinas decorates Boeing 737-700 LV-CSI for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil

Aerolíneas Argentinas (Buenos Aires) has issued photos and images of the scheme and the painting of the special FIFA 2014 World Cup livery that has been applied to Boeing 737-7Q8 LV-CSI (msn 30707) which will transport the Argentine football (soccer) team to Brazil for the upcoming games.

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Aerolineas Argentinas Caracas Operation Changes from August 2014

Aerolineas Argentinas from 08AUG14 is adjusting operations on Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Caracas route, which sees Boeing 737-800 operating, instead of Airbus A340-300 aircraft. From 08AUG14 to 31AUG14, service increases from 5 to 6 weekly. AR will operate this route on daily basis starting 01SEP14.

AR1376 EZE0700 – 1235CCS 738 D
AR1377 CCS1340 – 2220EZE 738 D

Above schedule is effective 01SEP14. From 08AUG14 to 31AUG14, service operates as Day x1 with schedule variation.

http://airlineroute.net/2014/06/30/ar-ccs-aug14/
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Aerolineas Argentinas Adds A330 Service to Bogota from Sep 2014

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Update at 0720GMT 24JUL14

Aerolineas Argentinas from 01SEP14 is switching operational aircraft on its 4 weekly Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Bogota service. The Skyteam member will operate Airbus A330-200 aircraft on this route, instead of A340.

AR1360 EZE1035 – 1500BOG 330 x246
AR1361 BOG1645 – 0120+1EZE 330 x246

http://airlineroute.net/2014/07/24/ar-bog-sep14/
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En un año y medio, Aerolíneas perdió casi mil millones de dólares

Pérdidas millonarias, descontrol administrativo, aviones inadecuados para las rutas explotadas, sobreabundancia de pilotos que no vuelan y una plantilla injustificada de casi once mil empleados. Son sólo algunas conclusiones del lapidario informe que la Auditoría General de la Nación aprobó ayer sobre la gestión de Aerolíneas Argentinas y Austral durante 2011 y el primer semestre de 2012. En ese lapso, las empresas estatizadas en 2008 y conducidas por el camporista Mariano Recalde perdieron 984 millones de dólares.

Los indicadores de gestión relevados por el único organismo de control del Estado que aún no logró domesticar el gobierno son preocupantes: en el período analizado, “Aerolíneas y Austral incrementan la pérdida en 43% respecto a 2010. La causa es el deterioro del resultado operativo en un 52%”, dice el texto. Con ingresos por 2.054 millones de dólares, un costo operativo de 2.476 millones y costos de estructura otros 562 millones, la perdida total en ese año y medio fue de 984 millones de dólares. Poco menos de dos millones de dólares por día, que se cubrieron con transferencias del Estado.

“Los altos gastos de Aerolíneas en relación a sus ingresos, comparándolos con empresas similares, se deben principalmente a las remuneraciones y a los costos por combustible”, evalúa la Auditoría. Y sostiene esa comparación con números: medidos en AKOs (asientos por kilómetros ofrecidos en cada avión), los costos en personal fueron 75% más altos que los de otras empresas, y los de nafta 24% mayores.

Con respecto a la flota de aviones, que Recalde reconfiguró desprogramando y devolviendo decenas de aparatos McDonnell Douglas y comprando Embraer y Airbus, los auditores dicen que la selección de los modelos no respondió a la “realización de un análisis técnico, económico y financiero previo”, a esa selección, y que “no se realizó una evaluación del impacto en los costos” que se generaría con esa decisión, contemplada en el Plan 2010-2014.

“La reestructuración de la flota redundó en, prácticamente, la misma cantidad de aviones aunque más pequeños, con la consecuente reducción de disponibilidad de asientos”. Este cambio tiene otra consecuencia: con aviones más chicos, proporcionalmente aumentan los costos de uso del espacio aéreo y servicios de aeropuerto. Los investigadores tampoco lograron hallar información sobre los costos operativos de cada nave, un dato vital para poder calcular cómo achicar los gastos y balancear las cuentas.

Aunque las dudas y lagunas informativas son muchas, la Auditoría pudo obtener algunas certezas. Por ejemplo, que la única ruta aérea que dio ganancias, y apenas durante el verano, es la que une Buenos Aires con Florianópolis. Aunque en 2012 se reconoce una mejora en la red de cabotaje, las redes de vuelos al exterior empeoraron sus resultados, con un especial deterioro de las rutas a Caracas, Bogotá y Lima; Roma, Barcelona y Sidney. ¿Una curiosidad? En el lapso auditado, la ruta a San Pablo duplicó su déficit operativo. Raro, siendo una de las que más demanda tiene en todo el continente. Excepto que en el mundo Aerolíneas volar más pueda significar perder más.

Otra de las críticas fuertes de los auditores a la conducción de Aerolíneas es la contratación de pilotos que, sin la adecuada planificación de la flota de aviones y las rutas a volar, resultó desproporcionada y deficitaria. En el lapso auditado, Aerolíneas incrementó en un 13% la dotación de la tripulación técnica por nave operativa, lo que hizo caer 16% la productividad de los pilotos medida en horas voladas. Mientras que en 2010 Aerolíneas y Austral tenían 1.085 pilotos con un sueldo promedio de 8.624 dólares, en 2012 había 1.365 pilotos cuyo salario medio era de 10.087 dólares. En ese período, la participación de los sueldos de los pilotos en el costo operativo de las empresas se duplicó.

Después de retrasar su tratamiento lo más posible, y sin que la empresa haya podido responder con solvencia a las objeciones, el oficialismo intentó suavizar las conclusiones del informe de la Auditoría que se aprobó hoy por cinco votos contra uno. “En cualquier empresa donde se pierdan casi mil millones de dólares en un año y medio, los accionistas no perderían un segundo en echar a los responsables, en este caso Recalde”, dijo a Clarín el auditor radical Alejandro Nieva.

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Aerolineas Argentinas Plans New Domestic Service in 2015

Aerolineas Argentinas in 2015 plans to operate additional 5 new Domestic routes, which includes the following.

01 JAN 15 Cordoba – El Calafate 3 weekly 737-700 (until 28FEB15)
01 JAN 15 Rosario – Bariloche 3 weekly Embraer E190 (until 28FEB15)
02 MAR 15 Rosario – El Calafate 6 weekly 737-700
03 MAR 15 Cordoba – Tucuman 2 weekly 737-700 / 1 weekly Embraer E190
01 JUL 15 Rio Gallegos – Comodoro Rivadavia 1 daily 737-800

http://airlineroute.net/2014/10/31/ar-jan15/
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Aerolineas Argentinas Adds Salvador da Bahia Service from Jan 2015


Aerolineas Argentinas from 02JAN15 is adding Buenos Aires Ezeiza – Salvador da Bahia service, initially operating 6 weekly flights. In February 2015, service operates 5 times a week (Day x13), however this will increase to daily from 01MAR15.

Boeing 737-800 aircraft operates this route.

AR1910 EZE2130 – 0155+1SSA 738 x3
AR1911 SSA0240 – 0730EZE 738 x4

http://airlineroute.net/2014/11/25/ar-ssa-jan15/
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AeroMexico NS15 Boeing 787 South America Operations

AeroMexico from 01APR15 is planning Boeing 787 operations on Mexico City – Buenos Aires service, initially operating on 4 of 9 weekly flights.
AM030 MEX1030 – 2125EZE 788 x256
AM030 MEX1030 – 2210EZE 767 256
AM028 MEX2255 – 1045+1EZE 767 47
AM031 EZE1215 – 2105MEX 767 15
AM029 EZE2340 – 0735+1MEX 788 x256
AM029 EZE2340 – 0815+1MEX 767 256

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Air New Zealand to Fly Direct to Argentina


Air New Zealand has today announced it will launch direct flights between Auckland and Buenos Aires, Argentina - the airline’s first ever scheduled service to South America.

An Air New Zealand Boeing 777-200 aircraft will operate three return services a week on the route all year round.

Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Christopher Luxon says the new destination, the airline’s 28th international port, opens up an exciting new world for travellers from both New Zealand and Australia.

“South America was once the domain of the intrepid explorer, but the direct service to Buenos Aires, with a flight time of around 12 hours, means a quick and action packed getaway is now a reality.

“Buenos Aires is the most popular tourist city in South America and is a perfect stepping stone for those who then want to explore the country, or continent, further.”

“We’ve been very clear about our aspirations for growth in the Pacific Rim. Our flights to Singapore commence next month and this new route to Buenos Aires further strengthens our network in the Pacific Rim. Argentina is an exciting new destination for New Zealanders, and with seamless one-stop connectivity through Auckland it will provide a fantastic opportunity for Australians as well.”

The service will also enable Argentineans to travel directly to New Zealand and then on to Australia on Air New Zealand’s extensive trans-Tasman network, or to Singapore and South East Asia.

Air New Zealand will enter into a code share agreement with Aerolíneas Argentinas, subject to obtaining regulatory approvals, which will see Aerolíneas Argentinas’ code return to the South Pacific market on the new route and on key connecting Trans-Tasman services, and Air New Zealand will code share on Aerolíneas Argentinas’ services to Brazil.

“We are particularly excited that Aerolíneas Argentinas has agreed to support the service with code share, which we expect to help further stimulate tourism to New Zealand from this rugby loving nation,” says Mr Luxon.

Tourism New Zealand Chief Executive Kevin Bowler says the announcement is welcome news, at a time when the organisation has made a commitment to significantly invest in the Latin American market, including the establishment of an office in South America, one year ago this month.

“We’ve made some great progress in laying the foundations, but our success in attracting more South American visitors to New Zealand relies heavily on air linkages and we look forward to working in a partnership with Air New Zealand in the coming months to build in-bound demand for the new service.”

The new Buenos Aires service was announced today at an Argentinian themed breakfast at Air New Zealand’s Auckland headquarters.

Flights will commence in December 2015, with tickets on sale in March, subject to obtaining necessary approvals.

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Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has signed a codeshare agreement with Aerolíneas Argentinas, one of South America’s leading airlines.

Effective 1 February 2015, the agreement will offer Etihad Airways’ guests greater access to South America via Aerolíneas Argentinas’ Buenos Aires hub.

As part of the agreement, Etihad Airways will place its ‘EY’ flight code on Aerolíneas Argentinas’ operated flights across the Argentinian airline’s extensive domestic network, as well as to key destinations in South America including Uruguay, Chile and Paraguay.

Guests will be able to travel on Etihad Airways’ marketed flights to Buenos Aires and from there to 20 popular destinations in South America including: Asuncion, Bariloche, Bahia Blanca, Comodoro Rivadavia, Cordoba, El Calafate, Iguazú, Mar del Plata, Mendoza, Montevideo, Neuquén, Rio Gallegos, Rio Grande, Rosario, Salta, San Juan, Santiago de Chile, Trelew, Tucuman and Ushuaia.

Flights under the codeshare agreement can be booked from mid-January 2015 via travel agents or through the airlines’ sales offices and contact centres.

Etihad Airways’ President and Chief Executive Officer, James Hogan, said: “Codeshares are a fundamental pillar of Etihad Airways’ strategy and our new commercial partnership with Aerolíneas Argentinas is a significant development for both airlines. We are now able to enhance our business and leisure travel offering between the UAE, Argentina and onwards to the strategically important South American market.”

Aerolineas Argentinas’ President and CEO, Mariano Recalde, said: “We are delighted to sign this agreement with Etihad Airways, which offers its passengers enhanced connectivity within Argentina and the Southern Cone of the Americas, through the extensive Aerolineas network.”In June 2013, Etihad Airways launched non-stop flights between Abu Dhabi and São Paulo, the airline’s first destination in South America. The flights currently offer 3,360 seats per week between the two cities and connect to 31 destinations across North Africa, the Arabian Gulf, the Indian Subcontinent and Asia.

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Aerolineas Argentinas Jan/Feb 2015 New York JFK Reductions


Aerolineas Argentinas from 06JAN15 to 24FEB15 is temporary reducing Buenos Aires Ezeiza – New York JFK service, as it reduces from daily to 6 weekly. Tuesdays from Buenos Aires, Wednesdays from New York JFK is cancelled during this period.

AR1300 EZE2300 – 0805+1JFK 330 x2
AR1301 JFK1525 – 0420+1EZE 330 x3


http://airlineroute.net/2014/11/27/ar-jfk-jan15/
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