New hub routes in the South

The connection between six countries and Montevideo, by  Amaszonas

Sergio de Urioste, the Amaszonas Group President, announced that the idea is transform the Montevideo Airport in a south hub connection. The concept is having a regional distribution in Bolivia and Paraguay with Uruguay, Argentina, South-Brasil and Chile.

The next Amaszonas Group objectives are Porto Alegre and Curitiba in Brasil; Córdoba and Rosario in Argentina; and Santiago de Chile.

 

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