Bariloche expands air connectivity for the winter season

Bariloche expands air connectivity for the winter season
Bariloche expands air connectivity for the winter season

In this sense, Aerolíneas Argentinas has scheduled 412 domestic flights for the month of July from the main emissive centers of the country: Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Rosario, Mendoza and Mar del Plata, which will be added as a new frequency. In addition, this year the airline will launch international connectivity again with 7 weekly flights from San Pablo, from where Azul will also fly, and 2 monthly from Montevideo.

These data allow us to glimpse a growth in the arrival of tourists compared to the month of January of this same year, which had Bariloche and the Cordillera Rio Negro region among the destinations most chosen by tourism nationwide, with a 13% increase in Flag Airline flights.

In this regard, the Secretary of Tourism, Marcos Barberis, stated that “this season Bariloche will have connectivity very similar to last winter, with the arrival of more than 150,000 passengers per week from different places in our country and surrounding countries, making to the city in a leading destination that is positioned very strongly for this winter so we expect a very positive season.”

low cost flights

Low cost companies will also fly directly to Bariloche, where Flybondi will arrive with five daily flights in July, totaling 35 weekly frequencies, 8 more than there are currently during June. In addition, the Córdoba-Bariloche interprovincial route, which currently has 3 weekly trips, will increase to one daily flight, while Jetsmart has 88 flights scheduled from the national capital for next month.

These options are in high demand due to the low costs of tickets that can be obtained from $67,000 on Flybondi and $79,000 on Jetsmart to fly in the middle of the season, with a base fare that does not include hand luggage or allow you to select seats.


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