Despite the recent news that a judge determined that Flybondi, the Transportation Ministry, and the National Administration of Civil Aviation (ANAC) had to “abstain from beginning aero-navigation activities in the El Palomar airport until the National Airport Regulator authorizes the environmental impact assessment,” the low-cost airline began selling tickets yesterday and CEO Julian Cooke assures flights will begin taking off on February 10.
La Nación and Infobae reported yesterday that starting next month, Flybondi will begin flying in 16 of the 43 domestic routes that the company has been authorized to operate in. For now, only four planes will be operational, flying from El Palomar (in the Greater Buenos Aires area), Córdoba and…
Original published: 2018-01-12 19:15:44 Read the full Buenos Aires News here
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