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Aerolineas Argentinas is now owned by the Argentine Government taken over, from the Marsans Group of Spain inmid of 2008.
The change of company ownership requires lot of adjustments at every aspect of running the Airline Operations andcomplex challenges, for the management to audit and revise the current expenditure and plan for the futureexpansion with new Routes and Aircraft.
The new owners are also implementing the measures to improve on current, levels of service delivery, includingupdating the in-flight entertainment systems, on board meals and a consistency with Flight Schedules.
Since 2009, Aerolineas Domestic and Regional Aircraft Fleet has been totally replaced by a latest Boeing 737-700and 800 series and Embraer 190 e-jets are in operations now replacing the fleet of MD90,s and 737/200. Thatmeans 49 new aircrafts are in operation now.
The long haul fleet replacements have also commenced as forth Airbus A340-300 are in operation and in the comingmonths 3 Airbus A330-300 will also join the Fleet.
Our Flights from Australia and New-Zealand now offers more connections to South American destinations andOperating 3 Flights per week From Sydney and Auckland and we are offering complementary ground transportbetween two Airports for Aerolineas Flight Connections, making easier for customers to travel with in Argentina and South America.
There are continuous negotiations with other Airlines in order to obtain bilateral agreements, to expand AR services and network.
Aerolineas will also enter a Global Airline Group-SKYTEAM- this year and the impact will be, huge benefit for ourpassengers and agents to offer extensive Network with multiple choices of Airlines.
On the 1st of March all ArPlus members (Aerolineas Frequent Flyer program) will have the change a accumulatemiles flying with Delta airline and Air France/KLM and also members from Delta Airline and Air France/KLM willaccumulate miles flying in all our network. It's a huge step before the Joining Ceremony of Member of Sky Teamduring August this year.
Aerolineas Argentinas and Virgin Blue have signed an agreement to offer passengers a suitable connections and an attractive fares to South American destinations from Australian Domestic cities, Melbourne, Brisbane Adelaide and Perth and customers can join Aerolineas Flights from Sydney and Auckland.
The Aerolineas Argentinas management is focused, to improve on service and performance aspect at the same timemanaging the lower operating cost to enhance the revenue in order to survive in the highly competitive AviationIndustry.