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KLM to resume route between Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile

Effective March 27, Dutch carrier KLM will drop its nonstop route between Amsterdam and Santiago de Chile but will continue to serve that destination from Buenos Aires. In other words, the European airline will unify its three weekly flights to Santiago (Boeing 777-200) and five to Buenos Aires (Boeing 787-900) into a daily service to the Argentine capital and then on to Chile’s and back, thus resuming the pre-pandemic regional service with the 294-seat Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. KLM thus joins Aerolíneas…

Air New Zealand services need to be restored at the earliest opportunity to South America

After Alice fell down a rabbit hole in Lewis Carroll’s fantasy novel Alice in Wonderland she found herself in a truly mad, topsy-turvy world where she underwent startling physical changes including being shrunk to midget size.     Air New Zealand was one of the most celebrated and profitable airlines in the world before it suffered the same fate as Alice, after the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic collapsed its business and forced it to shrink alarmingly. With international borders…

Air travel between Argentina and Brazil shows signs of strong recovery

Air Travel between Argentina and Brazil the two largest Mercosur members is showing signs of strong recovery. After years of cutting costs amid falling demand, one of Brazil’s biggest airlines, Gol — which is partnered with Argentina’s state-owned Aerolíneas — says the number of extra flights this summer is expected to double compared to the 2015-2016 season. And it is Argentines who are leading the way, with the country’s travellers to Brazil outnumbering the Brazilians visiting Argentina for the…
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