Publicado em 22 de fevereiro de 2013 às 13:09

Aerolineas Argentinas is restructured to serve the Brazil

The airline, again on state control, Aerolíneas Argentinas presented its restructuring to Brazilian air transportation market in Workshop CVC.

According to information from your general manager for Brazil, Ariel Rodriguez, the company currently has 57 aircraft being twenty Embraer 190 model, eleven of the Airbus A-340 and twenty six Boeing 737-700 and 800. The first measure taken by the government to restructure the company was changing its fleet.

After the renewal of its aircrafts, the company sought to improve customer service, working 24 hours in Argentina, offering less service time, with more technology to greater convenience to passengers on and off the aircraft.

For now, the company has seven weekly flights to Rio de Janeiro, a frequency for Porto Alegre and five for Sao Paulo. The company expects to increase the number of flights to Brazil, including Curitiba, Belo Horizonte and Brasília, and Confins win this connection as early as April.