LATAM has a strong presence in Tucumán. Today, 7 flights landed: 3 from Aeroparque, 1 from Lima, 1 from San Pablo, 1 from Santiago de Chile and 1 from Bariloche, equaling Aerolineas Argentinas in number of flights in one day: 5 from Aeroparque, 1 from Córdoba and 1 from Ezeiza
Benjamín Matienzo is the only airport in northern Argentina capable of receiving this type of heavy aircraft and is the second most important in Argentina at the cargo level after the Ezeiza airport as it has a special platform for this type of operations and a track of 3500 meters long, being the most extensive track in Argentina. These flights also land during the rest of the year with less frequency for special reasons but it does not compare with the number of flights that land for blueberries, which are exported to different places in the world by them. The video shows some of these planes and also some regular passenger flights.
The route will have two weekly frequencies, on Wednesdays and Sundays, with departures from Tucumán at 8:45 am and from Rosario at 11:00 am, available through the airline's website.
In this way, Tucumán will have a total of 39,312 seats available per year to Rosario, which will be added to the nearly 100,000 already owned by Buenos Aires through Flybondi.
On 24/4, the Flybondi flight (FO 5490) took on its flight Rosario (ROS) - Tucumán (TUC) 170 PAX on a B737-8AS (LV-HKS). Occupation: 89.95%. Seats: 189. Flight duration: 1 hour and 26 minutes. Age of the plane: 14 years.
*The direct route between the land of Vendimia and the Cradle of Independence was opened: The ultra low-cost airline JetSmart began its operations in Tucumán with the direct route between the Governor Francisco Gabrielli International Airport, better known as "El Plumerillo", and the Airport Lieutenant General Benjamín Mantienzo in the Garden of the Republic.
*The route between both destinations will have two weekly frequencies on Mondays and Wednesdays. On Mondays, the departures will be from Mendoza at 10.25 with arrival in Tucumán at 11.48. Meanwhile, the flight will take off from the northern province at 12.30 and land in the city of Cuyo at 14.06 hours. On the other hand, on Wednesdays the time schedule will be as follows: the plane will depart from Mendoza at 1:30 p.m. and arrive in Tucumán at 2:53 p.m. In as much, it will leave Tucumán at 15.55 to arrive at Mendoza at 17.23 hours.
*On its maiden flight, 95 arrived at the Cradle of Independence aboard the Airbus A320 aircraft with license plate LV-IVO.
LATAM Argentina began to fly between Tucumán and Bariloche.
Yesterday at 20:31, the first flight of the winter season from Tucumán arrived at the Bariloche airport. LATAM Argentina will have two weekly frequencies in the A320-200, with a capacity for 174 passengers.
As in the last seasons, both winter and summer, the Argentine company has flights between Tucumán and Bariloche. According to the reservation system, flights between both cities will be until September 14.
With the two flights per week, LATAM Argentina will offer a total of 348 weekly seats between Tucumán and Bariloche and vice versa. During the season, the Argentine company will have 22 flights between both cities, which would be 3,828 seats offered for the winter season.
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