Aerolíneas Argentinas gets four A330-200s

AEROLÍNEAS Argentinas has signed a purchase agreement for four A330-200s to renew and consolidate their widebodied fleet.
Argentina’s flagship carrier will deploy the new A330 on medium- and long-haul routes from its Buenos Aires hub to destinations throughout Latin America, Europe and the USA.
The airline currently operates eight A340-300s, four A340-200s and four A330s.
“Because we are committed to offer our customers the best service possible, we have added four A330-200s to our fleet,” says Mariano Recalde, president of Aerolíneas Argentinas.
“This new wide-bodied Airbus provides the latest innovation, while allowing us to significantly improve our fleet’s operational and economic efficiencies.”
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