Aerolineas Argentinas is gradually increasing its service from Buenos Aires - Ezeiza (EZE) to Caracas (CCS) from the current four-times weekly to daily flights over the coming year starting on July 1 when the service goes to five-times weekly.
On September 1 the airline will increase flights on the route to six-times weekly and finally go to daily on December 1.
Interestingly, the route is and will continue to be operated with Airbus A340's which would seem to be too big an aircraft for an "Origin & Destination" route of this nature (no hub-connecting traffic) but the Argentine and Venezuelan governments are close politically so that might be a factor.
The flight operates as a same-day roundtrip departing EZE in the early morning and arriving back in Buenos Aires late that same evening.
Flight Routing Dep Arr Equipment
AR1376 EZECCS 0630 1205 A340
AR1377 CCSEZE 1335 2215 A340
Source: http://airlineroute.net via Eric Trum