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Here at The Bubble we really do love our weekly dose of WTF news from Argentina. We can’t get enough of it, to be honest. It’s the only thing keeping us going in these turbulent times we’re living nowadays. …

UPDATE: Strike Has Been Lifted, All Flights to Operate Normally

You’ve been warned.

Argentine Airline Union workers announced this morning that they intend to conduct a 48-hour strike on Thursday, December 13th and Friday, December 14th.

Unlike in past occasions, …

Members of Aerolíneas Argentinas’ different unions announced this week a 24-hour-long strike for Monday, November 26th. The decision follows the state-run company’s suspension of  376 employees who had taken part in a previous strike on November 8th, which lasted …

President Mauricio Macri got personally involved in the conflict between unions of Aerolíneas Argentinas workers and the state-run company following an unannounced strike that started early this morning and, at the time this article is being written, has led to

This week just hasn’t been a good time to airborne in Argentina. After a telecoms failure left BA’s metropolitan Jorge Newbery Airport at a standstill on Thursday, a surprise strike Friday morning by airline pilots caused further disruption at both …

After the Macri administration announced the elimination of a minimum price floor for plane tickets on July 2nd, both low-cost and traditional airlines have announced new fares—some as low as AR $199 for domestic flights. Meanwhile, three new low

Aerolíneas Argentinas, the country’s flagship carrier, is demanding more flexibility in a bid to try and maintain financial stability, while also increasing competitiveness in the international market. In a meeting led by the airline’s new President, Luis Malvido, it …

Starting today, the elimination of a minimum price floor for plane tickets goes into effect. The government announced the measure on July 2nd and yesterday it was made official in a resolution 656/2018 in the Boletín Oficial. The change …