SAO PAULO, Brazil- GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes S.A., the largest low-cost and low-fare airline in Latin America, will begin flying to Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Beginning December 4, GOL will offer three regular flights from Sao Paulo International Airport/Guarulhos, one of them with origin in Tancredo Neves International Airport, in Confins (Minas Gerais).
This new regular service will offer customers flying to Buenos Aires more options and greater comfort, as the airport is just ten minutes from the Downtown area and the route will be served by Boeing 737-800 Next Generation aircraft with capacity for 184 passengers. “We believe that the flights will be most popular among business travelers who need to travel to Buenos Aires but don’t always have time to devote to the hour-long trip from Ezeiza,” GOL’s Vice President of Markets.
To add service to the new airport, GOL has relocated some operations from Ezeiza to Aeropoarque. Beginning December 4, GOL will offer eight direct flights between Ezeiza and Brazil. “We’ve organized our network considering passenger demand and the company’s operational needs. We’ll offer three flights – morning, afternoon and evening – to Aeroparque. The flight schedule allows the bussiness passengers to go and return at the same day,” says Leonardo Pereira, GOL’s Vice President of Finance, Strategy and IT.