Argentine low-cost airline Flybondi resumes operations in Brazil

The company will operate four flights a week from Buenos Aires to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine low-cost airline Flybondi resumed operations in Brazil on Sunday (2), after almost two years.

The company will operate two flights each week between the international airport of Ezeiza (EZE), in the Buenos Aires region, and São Paulo (GRU) and Rio de Janeiro (GIG) with one of its four Boeing 737-800.

At Galeão, where the first landing on Brazilian soil took place, the LV-KAY aircraft was welcomed around 9:45 am (Brasília) with the traditional baptism by the RIOgaleão concessionaire's fire brigade. Later, around 5:40 pm . . .

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