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  • Pluna to buy three more CRJ900s, looks at CRJ200s


    Uruguay's Pluna has announced an order of three additional Bombardier CRJ900s and is looking at also acquiring CRJ200s as part of the next phase of its expansion...


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  • Pluna to buy three more CRJ900s, looks at CRJ200s


    Uruguay's Pluna has announced an order of three additional Bombardier CRJ900s and is looking at also acquiring CRJ200s...


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  • Aerolineas Argentinas to drop Auckland and Mexico City from network

    News | 03 Apr 2012 14:16 | Rainer Uphoff

    Aerolineas Argentinas will drop unprofitable destinations like Auckland and Mexico City from its international network as it plans to boost its flights to...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Aerolineas-Argentinas-to-drop-Auckland-and-Mexico-City-from-network-370331/
  • Pluna to buy three more CRJ900s, looks at CRJ200s

    News | 06 Apr 2010 20:37 | Rainer Uphoff

    Uruguay's Pluna has announced an order of three additional Bombardier CRJ900s and is looking at also acquiring CRJ200s as part of the next phase of its expansion...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Pluna-to-buy-three-more-CRJ900s-looks-at-CRJ200s-340308/
  • Argentina's Sol plans Uruguayan long-haul A340 operation

    News | 08 Apr 2009 08:11 | Rainer Uphoff

    Argentine regional carrier Sol Lineas Aereas is considering setting up a Uruguayan subsidiary to operate long haul flights using Airbus A340s. The...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Argentinas-Sol-plans-Uruguayan-long-haul-A340-operation-324882/
  • Engines eyed in CATA crash

    News | 04 Nov 2003 00:00

    <p>Engine failure is being investigated as a possible factor in last week's Fairchild FH-227B crash in Argentina. The aircraft operated by Argentinian charter and cargo carrier CATA Lineas A&eacute;reas crashed shortly after take-off from Buenos Aires' Ezeiza International Airport on 26 October, killing all five crew on board.</p> <p>The 36-year-old twin-turboprop (LV-MGV) was performing a domestic newspaper flight to Corrientes. The aircraft left Ezeiza at 04:28 and around 2 min later, transmitted an emergency call reporting unidentified 'technical problems' to the tower, requesting immediate clearance to return to the airport. </p> <p>According to witnesses, the Rolls-Royce Dart-powered aircraft attempted a wheels-up landing at a golf course around 5km (3 miles) south of Ezeiza. But after touching down and travelling about 200m (650ft), it apparently hit a tree, broke apart and caught fire. </p> <p>Based on witness statements that talk of a left-hand engine failure, and an unusualhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Engines-eyed-in-CATA-crash-173299/
  • Aerolíneas in $4m move to tap corporate market

    News | 14 Jan 2003 00:00

    <p>JACKSON FLORES / RIO DE JANEIRO</p> <p>Recently-bankrupt airline to refit 737s as it sets sights on expansion outside Argentina</p> <p>Argentinian flag carrier Aerolíneas Argentinas is to launch a corporate aviation subsidiary, Aerolíneas Executive Jet, later this year, as it recovers from bankruptcy. The plan, disclosed late last year by Aerolíneas Argentinas' chief executive Antonio Mata, is a bid to tap the expanding regional corporate aviation market in Argentina. </p> <p>With a budget of $4 million, the plans envisage the charter of three Boeing 737-200s from the Aerolíneas fleet that will be refurbished into a corporate configuration. </p> <p>Company sources say Aerolíneas Executive Jet has been proposed to lower the cost of corporate aviation in Argentina, by absorbing the maintenance and acquisition costs into a mainline operation. </p> <p>The Argentinian corporate aviation market is third in Latin America in terms of aircraft movements, but has been badly hit by the cohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Aerolneas-in-4m-move-to-tap-corporate-market-160265/
  • Argentina picks new operator for airports

    News | 04 Feb 1998 00:00

    <p>Argentina has awarded a 30-year concession to operate 33 airports to the Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 consortium, which includes Milan Airport operator SEA and US-based ground-handling agent Ogden Aviation Services. The consortium will pay $171 million a year to operate the airports, which the Government will hand over on 13 February. </p> <p>Ogden, SEA and Argentina's Corporacion America each hold a one-third stake in the winning consortium, which is required to invest $2.04 billion in improving airport services and capacity. The bulk of this is expected to be spent on Buenos Aires' Ezeiza International and Aeroparque airports. </p> <p>In December, the International Air Transport Association criticised the airport-privatisation plans, arguing that they would convert "a public monopoly into a private one", and lead to higher fees.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Argentina-picks-new-operator-for-airports-32306/