Aerolíneas Argentinas will begin to make direct flights between Carrasco International Airport and the one of Ezeizawhich will allow stopovers without changing terminals, with destinations such as New York, Rome, Cancun, Punta Cana and Havana.
Carrasco International Airport, in Montevideoit will once again have a direct route that connects Buenos Aires, which will not only facilitate trips to Argentina and vice versa, but it will favor a connection with other international destinations without having to leave the terminal.
The flights will start from monday april 10 and they will have a three times a week frequency. The days will be Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays and the times to Buenos Aires will be at 7:30 p.m., while those with a destination to Montevideo have a departure time at 6:10 a.m. From the company they informed that the tickets are already on sale where it is possible to make combinations with destinations to Cancun, New York, Rome, Punta Cana and Havana.
The business manager of Uruguayan airports, Matthias Carlucciostated that “the return of this route is a great opportunity because it increases Uruguay’s connectivity, not only with Argentina, but also with the rest of the world.”
For his part, the regional manager for Uruguay and Paraguayan of Argentine Airlines, Gaston de Chazalstated that this new operation “is designed to respond to the needs and demands of customers and to reinforce the connection lines between the two countries.”
New air routes for Uruguay
By the end of 2022, the Brazilian airline Blue added new direct flights from the Carrasco Airport, Montevideotoward Foz do Iguazu, Florianopolis and recifein Brazilwith the objective of expand air connectivity in Uruguay and other countries in the region.
While ultra low cost airline of Chilean origin, jetSMARTannounced that from the day March 27 of the next year will be operational a new route between Montevideo and the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro.
Iberia, the Spanish airline, for its part, increased from January 1 of this year to seven weekly frequencies Montevideo-Madridan increase in the daily frequency of flights that was initially scheduled for June of this year and that had to be brought forward due to the growing demand.