Aerolineas - Airline information


Aerolineas Argentina was a regional airline for many years and has showed steady growth before nearly falling into bankruptcy in 2001 due to recession. They were purchased by Air Comet and have flourished since You can now catch a aerolineas flight all over Europe and even in Miami and New York in the states; and for the first time in 25 years the airlinea is profitable.

Aerolineas Quick Facts
• Fleet of 57 Aircraft.
• Operates Boeing 737’s , MD88’s and the new Airbus A340’s.
• Based in Buenos Aires is Argentina’s top airline.

Aerolineas History
The airline grew out of Aeroposta a small airmail service in 1929.75 years later that small beginning has blossomed into a major international airline that is Aerolineas offering airline tickets to world wide destinations.

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