The third largest company in the old continent of low-cost travel has everything ready for the tickets from Buenos Aires to London to just over 400 dollars.
Norwegian has prepared a promotion for its disembarkation in Argentina: tickets for the Buenos Aires-London route between 400 and 500 dollars round trip. The Norwegian company will participate in the new public hearing in April to begin another process of granting air routes to private companies.
The first step to encourage competition in the modern airline market was in late December, when five companies presented their plans. They finished with authorizations Andes Líneas Aéreas, American Jet and Alas del Sur.
They should expect Flybondi (has to present the contracts of purchase of airplanes) and Avianca, involved in the controversy for being continuadora of the airline of the family of the president Mauricio Macri, MacAir.
“Norwegian is enthusiastic about the market and the possibilities that open up,” he told the NATION, a source from the Ministry of Tourism. “It’s all ready for the tickets from Buenos Aires to London to just over $ 400.”
Tourism authorities are enthusiastic that the company, which will have two bases, one in Cordoba, will improve the connectivity of Argentina with the United States, which is one of the routes that, from Europe, Norwegian is covering at very competitive prices.
In January the company established a company in the country, Norwegian Air Argentina. It is a joint-stock company formed by the attorneys Matías Cambiaso and Diego Ferrari, who began filing proceedings.
In Europe, Norwegian – founded in 1993 and now has 130 aircraft – is the first low cost to make long flights. It revolutionized the market with rates from 325 euros for the route London – New York. Of course, they are paid separately from the blanket to the food.
He also flies from London San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Boston, Washigton and Miami; Asia (Bangkok) and the Caribbean through Scandinavia, Copenhagen, and Paris. Barcelona is the next city from which it will depart to the United States.
In Argentina, it plans to establish between six and 10 Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737 MAX8 with Argentine registration (LV). In principle, it would start flying at the end of the year.
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