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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several months, the G20 Leader’s Summit will be coming to Buenos Aires next weekend. With over 15,000 people expected to be arriving for the weekend, the city is going to …

The Ministry of Transport has announced it will implement a new system which is set to regulate the fares of taxis at airports and bus terminals and established a fixed, non-negotiable price, before the customer even steps foot into the …

Today, the government announced further increases of the fares of buses and trains operating in the City and Greater Buenos Aires area. Speaking at a press conference held at the Treasury and Finance Ministry, Transportation Minister Guillermo Dietrich indicated that …

Two days ago, we told you about¬†how the government intends to remove price floors on domestic flights within Argentina to create more competition within the sector. Although welcomed with open arms by low-cost companies, not everyone was not so …

Ministers of Transportation and Interior, Guillermo Dietrich and Rogelio Frigerio, inaugurated yesterday six Automated Border Control gates (or “eGates) at the Ezeiza airport, which are set to speed up passport control checks for Argentines who arrive from abroad.

The gates …

The inaugural London – Buenos Aires flight on Norwegian Airlines touched down this morning, making it the first low-cost connection between the United Kingdom and Argentina. The flight was met by ministers, who celebrated the development as a building block …

El Palomar airport has been given the green light for flights operations by a judge on the condition that its operations are limited to three takeoffs and three landings per day.

El Palomar will thus now be able to begin …