Polar Líneas Aéreas is a low-cost Argentinian airline that is set to start flying in 2020. The airline has requested a total of 44 domestic routes to fly across Argentina and other international destinations, using a fleet of Boeing 737 upon launch.
These routes will commence from Villa Mercedes, Merlo and La Plata and will combine passenger transport, cargo and mail.
Along with 13 domestic destinations within Argentina, the airline has also applied for 31 international routes across the US, New Zealand and South America.
The new airline will use a fleet of McDonnell Douglas DC-10, Airbus A340 and A320 and Boeing B737 aircraft to operate services.
Ezeiza International Airport, also known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport, is the busiest airport in Argentina in relation to passengers traffic. The airport is located in Greater Buenos Aires and acts as secondary hubs for both Aerolineas Argentinas and LATAM Argentina and the main hub for Buenos Aires International Airlines.
7th January 2019
Polar Líneas Aéreas, an Argentinian start-up airline, has delayed its launch date until further notice. The airline was expected to take flight in late 2018, after gaining permission to fly by authorities in April 2018. However, Polar Líneas Aéreas did not meet the projected launch time and has instead decided to push back its start date into this year.