Aerolineas Argentinas JFK airport

South America. The company was founded in 1950. Today it has several subsidiaries such as JetPaq S.A., Aerohandling.

Previously, the company was private: it belonged to Grupo Marsans (Spain). At some point, the Argentine government decided to return the airlines under its control. Today, 99.4% of the company is owned by the Argentine authorities. In 2012, Aerolineas Argentinas became part of the SkyTeam alliance. This is a group that includes 18 airlines.

The company owns 76 aircraft. The most popular are Boeing 737-800 (29 aircraft) and Embraer E190 (26 units). The average age of aircraft is 9.6 years.

Aerolineas Argentinas at JFK terminal

Some flights are operated only by this company, some flights are codesharing (one aircraft is used by several airlines). Flights of Aerolineas Argentinas itself arrive at Terminal 7, and aircraft are also dispatched from here. Codeshare flights arrive at terminals 4,2,1.

Some destinations of Aerolineas Argentinas: Seoul, Tel Aviv, Washington, Boston, Miami, Chicago. Detailed information about flights can be found on the website of the airport or on the website of the airline itself.