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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 in October, three new low-cost airlines will start servicing Argentina. These are the Chilean Jetsmart, Norwegian, and the Argentine Lasa, which will expand its routes in the Patagonia region. The change comes after the Macri

What’s worse than being stuck in the middle seat on a flight with no leg room? Passengers on Aerolíneas Argentinas’ flight 1893 have an idea. On Sunday, they had to postpone their travels to Buenos Aires after the pilot was …

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

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 …

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

On Friday, the Argentine peso hit an all-time high with the currency trading at nearly $30 to the US dollar, creating more economic difficulties and headaches for different industries. However, it’s not all dark skies ahead: this current landscape is …

Jet Smart, a Chilean low-cost company, is planning to launch a series of flights from Chile (especially the capital city Santiago de Chile) to Argentina, in the El Palomar airport of Buenos Aires, like other low-cost airlines such as FlyBondi

Correction: This article has been updated to reflect that Polar Líneas Aéreas SA is its own entity in Argentina and has no connection with the US-based Polar Air Cargo. 

In line with the increasing amounts of low-cost flight options in …