70 Years of Aerolíneas Argentinas: Some of Argentina’s History Written In the Sky

A week ago, Aerolíneas Argentinas announced the merger of the Austral brand, and it is preparing now to return its five Boeing 737 MAX to service.

RIO DE JANEIRO,  BRAZIL - This Monday, December 7th, was the 70th anniversary of the day on which Aerolíneas Argentinas was formally established. The company was founded through Decrees 26,099 and 26,100, signed by President Juan Domingo Perón on this date in 1950.

As a brand, Aerolíneas Argentinas had already existed for several months at the time, serving to bring together the four joint ventures that had been fully nationalized in May 1949: ALFA, FAMA, ZONDA and Aeroposta Argentina, with the goal of benefiting from a “better use of aerial material and the improvement of technical . . .

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