Norwegian starts today sales for its flights to Jujuy and Ushuaia
The new destinations will connect with Aeroparque, in the City of Buenos Aires, through two weekly frequencies
Norwegian Air Argentina, the low fare airline, today starts selling tickets for its two new cabotage routes, which will connect San Salvador de Jujuy and Ushuaia with Aeroparque, in the City of Buenos Aires. In this way, the airline will have eight routes in operation in the country.
There will be tickets from AR $ 899 per section in the case of flights to Jujuy, and from AR $ 1,199 per section in the case of Ushuaia (with taxes included), provided they are purchased round trip and at least 30 days in advance at the date of flight departure.
"I am very happy and excited about these new destinations for Norwegian, in the north and south of the country, of extraordinary attraction for both foreign tourists and for the Argentines themselves. Each new route is good news for everyone, because it helps to stimulate the economy through job creation and better internal connectivity, "said Ole Christian Melhus, CEO of Norwegian Air Argentina.
The route between Aeroparque and Jujuy will have its inaugural flight on Friday, September 20 and will have two weekly frequencies, on Fridays and Sundays. In both cases, the flights will depart from Aeroparque at 11:55, arriving at 14:10; Return flights will depart from Jujuy at 2:45 p.m., and will arrive at 4:50 p.m. at Aeroparque.
Meanwhile, the inaugural flight to Ushuaia will be on Saturday, September 21 at 5:00, arriving at 8:40 in the city of Fuegina. The return will be that same day at 9:25, with arrival at 13 hours in Aeroparque. In addition to Saturdays, the route will have a round-trip flight on Sundays, which will depart from Aeroparque at 7 pm and arrive at 9:25 pm. The return will be at 22:15, with arrival at Aeroparque at 0:25 the next day.
On the other hand, Melhus was once again very satisfied with the results of the month of July, where Norwegian transported 97,689 passengers and reached an occupancy level of 81.4% in its cabotage operation. In addition, the airline reached a 83% performance on time last month.
"Last month has been very good for our operation, and we expect to have very good results in August. In addition to looking for good rates, passengers especially value the high quality standards offered by Norwegian, as well as the commitment and professionalism of Norwegian's entire team, "Melhus said.
All Norwegian Air Argentina flights are currently operated by a fleet of Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft, configured with 189 seats in a single cabin. These are last generation aircraft with an average age of two years and that meet the highest standards of safety and quality.