Saturday, June 3, 2017

NEW AIRLINE PLANS: Alas Mediterraneas looking to fly from Cordoba (COR) with three Saab 340's

Alas Mediterraneas was founded in Cordoba in 2008 with the intention of flying charters and even planned to acquire a 737-300 from Mexico but the restrictive air transportation policy of the previous Argentine presidential administration prevented the carrier from starting operations.

The infrastructure of what had been developed of Alas Mediterraneas to that point was sold to businessman Claudio Ortiz Belgoff and a group of investors in 2010 with no further plans being made until recently when the carrier announced plans to present itself at the next Argentine public route hearings, currently scheduled for late June or in July.

The airline would base operations at a Cordoba (COR) hub (much as Aerolineas Argentinas is developing and as Alas del Sur and Avianca Argentina have proposed) with flights to Buenos Aires Aeroparque (AEP),  Catamarca (CTC), Rio Cuarto (RCU), Rosario (ROS), San Luis (LUQ), and Santiago del Estero (SDE) using three Saab 340s.


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