Low cost of the airline& # 39; Norwegian Air Argentina has started today with its regular services in the country with flights to Córdoba and Mendoza from the metropolitan airport Jorge Newbery.
The flight to Córdoba departed at 07.30 from the port terminal and arrived at Ambrosio Taravella airport in Pajas Blancas at 8.55 am, where it was received by the provincial authorities, tourism and the airline.
At 11.40 am the start is planned for the airport El Plumerillo de Mendoza, where it is received by the director of the tourist promotion of the Emetur, Marcelo Montenegro, together with Norwegian drivers.
The route to Córdoba has two daily flights in the first months, while Mendoza will have one frequency per day.
"Norwegian will contribute to the modernization and development of the aerospace industry in Argentina, in a sustainable, efficient and global way, by meeting the highest international safety standards and offering accessible rates," said Ole Christian Melhus, local CEO of the company.
In this context, Melhus added: "Norwegian strives to connect Argentina with the world and bring the world closer to Argentina, and our ambition is the same here as in all markets where we operate: making travel more accessible and accessible. travelers, offers more choices and contributes to economic growth and job creation. "
The Norwegian executive thanked the authorities for their policies aimed at the sector, in particular "President Macri and his government, which have stimulated foreign investment."
"We believe they are doing their best to give the aerospace sector in Argentina a boost, with the aim of increasing connectivity for its citizens and encouraging the development of more and new companies," added the businessman.
Norwegian, the third low cost airline in Europe, aims to transport up to 2.5 million extra tourists every year to the country.
The company aims to implement the "feeder" concept, a model that functions as a "collector" of tourists from non-traditional cities abroad.
From December 12, the route Buenos Aires-Bariloche and from January 7 Buenos Aires-Salta.
By then, it plans to have at least five Boeing 737-800 aircraft with an average age of two years.