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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

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 …

After a Flybondi plane’s tail crashed into the runway during takeoff late on July 15th, federal prosecutors Franco Picardi and Jorge Di Lello asked that all Flybondi flights be suspended until safety concerns within the company are fully investigated. 

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Flybondi can’t seem to catch a break.

Federal Prosecutor Jorge Di Lello today expanded his request for the low-cost airline to be suspended from operating until safety concerns within the company are investigated, and this included shutting down the El …

Following an incident on the evening of Sunday, July 15th, in which an aircraft’s tail crashed into the runway during takeoff, federal prosecutor Franco Picardi asked that all Flybondi flights be suspended until safety concerns within the company can

After an incident late last Sunday in which a Flybondi aircraft’s tail crashed into the runway during take-off, federal prosecutor Franco Picardi asked that all of the airline’s flights be suspended until safety concerns within the company can be fully …

Flybondi, Argentina’s first low-cost carrier, provides local consumers with an affordable alternative to traditional airlines. However, consumer confidence in Flybondi’s safety suffered a blow Sunday night, when a plane’s tail crashed against the runway during takeoff.

The aircraft, scheduled

Until now, a law in Argentina established and enforced a “price floor” that ensured a minimum cost for any domestic flights. As such, local travel was often expensive, especially when compared to other international flights that only implied a marginally

After a string of incidents resulting in PR disasters, low cost airline Flybondi finally got a piece of good news. A judge yesterday cleared the El Palomar airport – where Flybondi is based in Buenos Aires – to operate unlimited …

Ever since its first took off, Flybondi, the first low-cost airline to operate in the country, seemed to be facing one problem after another. To such an extent that every time that the company made the headlines, it was because …