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FB Líneas Aéreas S.A., operating as Flybondi, is the first low-cost airline in Argentina. The airline operates Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with bases in Buenos Aires and Córdoba. All aircraft will be registered in Argentina. The airline's inaugural flight from Córdoba's Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella International Airport to Puerto Iguazú's Cataratas del Iguazú International Airport took place on 26 January 2018.[1] The company slogan is Spanish: La libertad de volar, or The freedom to fly.

Destinations

The first routes were launched from its base at Córdoba International Airport in January 2018, to the cities of Mendoza, Bariloche and Puerto Iguazú. In February 2018, the airline was the first civilian airline to operate from El Palomar Airport near Buenos Aires, where it established a new base and began flights to Salta, Neuquén, Tucumán, .[2]

Flybondi went international on December 17, 2018, with flights between El Palomar in the Greater Buenos Aires area and the Paraguayan capital Asunción.[3]

In July, 2019, the airline announced that it will start flights between Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. The flights started operating from 11 October 2019, going from the airline's main base at Buenos Aires' El Palomar Airport to Galeão Airport in Rio de Janeiro. [4]

Fleet

As of November 2020, Flybondi operates the following aircraft: [5]

Flybondi fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
Boeing 737-800 1 0 189
Total 1 0

References

  1. ^ a b "Con el primer vuelo de Flybondi, arrancó la era de las low cost en Argentina". Clarín. 26 January 2018.(in Spanish)
  2. ^ "Flybondi presentó su primer avión y vuela desde el 3 de enero". LaVoz. 6 December 2017.(in Spanish)
  3. ^ Córdoba International Airport in January 2018, to the cities of Mendoza, Bariloche and Puerto Iguazú. In February 2018, the airline was the first civilian airline to operate from El Palomar Airport near Buenos Aires, where it established a new base and began flights to Salta, Neuquén, Tucumán, .[2]

    Flybondi went international on December 17, 2018, with flights between El Palomar in the Greater Buenos Aires area and the Paraguayan capital Asunción.[3]

    In July, 2019, the airline announced that it will start flights between Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. The flights started operating from 11 October 2019, going from the airline's main base at Buenos Aires' El Palomar Airport to Galeão Airport in Rio de Janeiro. [4]

    Fleet

    As of November 2020, Flybondi operates the following aircraft: [5]

    Flybondi fleet
    Aircraft In Service Orders Passenge

    Flybondi went international on December 17, 2018, with flights between El Palomar in the Greater Buenos Aires area and the Paraguayan capital Asunción.[3]

    In July, 2019, the airline announced that it will start flights between Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. The flights started operating from 11 October 2019, going from the airline's main base at Buenos Aires' El Palomar Airport to Galeão Airport in Rio de Janeiro. [4]

    As of November 2020, Flybondi operates the following aircraft: [5]

    Flybondi fleet
    Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
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