Monday, June 20, 2011

Aerolineas Argentinas resumes flights to southern Argentina

Aerolineas Argentinas has begun normally scheduled Monday flights to Ushuaia and Rio Gallegos after several days without work in Patagonia, the company said. It uses the Pacific route, until the cessation of volcanic activity, in order to ensure the operation and avoiding, to the west of the mountains, the effects arising from the ash cloud caused by the volcano in Chile Puyehue.

The company, which was expropriated from Marsans group serves 20 international destinations in the Americas, Europe and Oceania, and together with its subsidiary Austral Airlines operates flights to 34 destinations in Argentia.

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