From June 7, Cordoba will have a direct flight to Miami four times a week.
American Airlines will operate this route, which, in addition to opening a direct door to the United States, will allow it to connect with a wide range of flights to the Caribbean, North America and even to Europe and Asia.
Initially, the debut was scheduled for April, but the Americans reprogrammed the start of the operation for June due to the reforms being carried out on the main runway of the Taravella airport.
It happens that the use of an alternative runway, while the power station is two-lane, limits the ability to load the aircraft, which the North American company chose to avoid.
Days and Hours
The new flight is being sold by agencies and the online channel for several months and, according to the airline, with “steady demand”.
However, due to the habit of the Argentine consumer (he does not buy in advance), it is expected that from April the amount of reserves will increase.
The eight-hour flight will depart on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 10 am from Cordoba. And from Miami will take off on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at eight in Taravella.
It offers 27 seats in the executive class and 177 in the tourist, at very different prices. The route will be activated from the Miami-Cordoba section on June 6, and the next day there will be a return section.