Argentine Airlines, formally Aerolíneas Argentinas S.A., is Argentina's largest airline and the country's flag carrier. The airline was created in 1949 from the merger of four companies, and started operations in December 1950. A consortium led by Iberia took control of the airline in 1990, and Grupo Marsans acquired the company and its subsidiaries in 2001, following a period of severe financial difficulties that put the airline on the brink of closure.
The company has been run by the Argentine government since late 2008, when the country regained control of the airline after it was taken over from the Spanish owners. As of December 2014, Aerolíneas Argentinas was state-owned. It has its headquarters in Buenos Aires.
The company offers a wide range of both national and international flights. Domestic routes are those amongst: Buenos Aires, Puerto Iguazu, Cordoba, San Carlos de Bariloche and many other smaller cities. International ones are those between Buenos Aires and Mexico, Miami, Palma de Mallorca, Roma, Madrid, Barcelona, Auckland, etc.
In-fleet aircrafts consist of: 4 Airbus A340-200, 3 Airbus A340-300, 16 Boeing 737-500, 14 Boeing 737-700, 3 Boeing 747-400, 1 MCDonnell Douglas MD-83, 1 McDonnell Douglas MD-88.
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