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Aerolíneas Argentinas is not only the flag carrier for the country of Argentina, it’s also that country’s largest domestic as well as international airline. Its headquarters are in Buenos Aires, and its main hub is at Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Buenos Aires. Its other hub is at Jorge Newberry Domestic Airport, also in Buenos Aires, and it considers the Barajas International Airport in Madrid, Spain to be a focus city.
Aerolíneas Argentinas is one of only two airlines in Latin America to fly to Oceania (the other is LAN Airlines) – it flies to both Auckland, New Zealand and Sydney, Australia from Buenos Aires. It began that route in 1980, becoming the first airline to fly a trans-oceanic South Pacific flight using Boeing 747s. In 2001, the airline was in such financial straits that it actually ceased all international services for a few days at the beginning of 2002. Today the airline flies to more than 50 destinations in Italy, Spain, Dominican Republic, Mexico, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and throughout South America.
Aerolíneas Argentinas has a long record with Boeing airplanes, although it does have some Airbus aircrafts in its fleet as well. In 2007, the airline celebrates 30 years of uninterrupted service using Boeing 747s, and it’s also the airline with the longest record in the world using the Boeing 737-200. It is one of the safest airlines in Latin America, not to mention the rest of the world.