Airline exodus sees Argentina lose connections to 18 cities worldwide, says report

Seventeen airlines have left Argentina over the past three years, according to a new report; In the first four months of 2022, there were 50% fewer international flights than in the same period of 2019. A new report probing the state of aviation in Argentina has concluded that the country has lost connections to as many as 18 international destinations over the last two years. The study, released by the Buenos Aires City government, found that 17 fewer airlines are now operating in the capital compared to before…

Argentina is the top tourist destination in South America

Argentina will  welcome some nearly six million visitors in 2014.  Unlike previous periods most of these tourists ( 75% ) are Latin American with Europeans and North Americans mostly staying away.  Chile, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay being the top sources of visitors. In 2003, just as the country was crawling out of its last economic crisis, almost three million international travellers visited Argentina. Ten years later, the country is on track to welcome a record number of visitors, with the Tourism Ministry…
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