Aerolineas Argentinas Hub System
Aerolineas Argentinas is the national flag carrier airline of Argentina. The airline operates with a hub system, which includes base(s) of operations, hub airports, and facilities strategically located to efficiently connect passengers to various destinations.
The main base of operations for Aerolineas Argentinas is located at Ministro Pistarini International Airport, also known as Ezeiza International Airport, in Buenos Aires. This airport serves as the primary hub for the airline, handling the majority of its domestic and international flights.
In addition to Ezeiza International Airport, Aerolineas Argentinas also operates secondary hubs at Jorge Newbery Airfield, also known as Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, in Buenos Aires, and Córdoba International Airport in Córdoba. These hubs serve as important connecting points for domestic flights within Argentina.
The history of Aerolineas Argentinas' hub system dates back to its establishment in 1950. The airline initially operated with a single hub at Buenos Aires' Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, but as its operations expanded, it added Ezeiza International Airport as its main hub in the 1960s. This allowed the airline to accommodate the growing demand for both domestic and international flights.
Today, Aerolineas Argentinas' hub system plays a vital role in its operations, enabling efficient connections between various destinations in Argentina and around the world. The airline's hubs are equipped with modern facilities and amenities to ensure a seamless travel experience for passengers.
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For additional information such as flight schedules, destinations, and aircraft details, visit the Aerolineas Argentinas Guide.