Argentina

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Buenos Aires Aeroparque Jorge Newbery

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available

What does Argentina’s election mean for upstart low cost operators?

A new leftist president in Argentina could potentially disrupt recently introduced liberalisation in the country’s airport transport industry. The country’s electorate recently selected Alberto Fernández,

Country Insight: #36 – Argentina

This year The Blue Swan Daily will countdown the world’s 100 largest aviation markets based upon departure seats in 2018. Here, using the extensive profile

From out of season incentives to wider exploration – cities work to address ever expanding overtourism

From overcrowding on Mount Everest to a glut of tourists triggering a ‘Poppy Apocalypse’ in California, ‘overtourism’ is gaining traction in the mainstream media. Cruise

New York and Buenos Aires forge tourism deal amidst Argentina’s economic turmoil

New York and Buenos Aires have forged a new two year partnership to boost tourism between the two cities, the first ever on the pairing.

Buenos Aires is gaining momentum on the international tourism radar as affordable Argentina catches the eye of travellers

A declining currency has helped put Argentina on the global tourism map making the destination much cheaper for international arrivals. That decline has been significant,

As Latin America and Caribbean carriers celebrate 15 consecutive years of traffic growth, ALTA reveals the fastest growing intra Latin American markets

ALTA, the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association, has reported that passenger traffic levels among its airline members across these regions grew 5.7% in

Buenos Aires excels in what was a mixed performance for hotels across Central, South America and the Caribbean in 2018

Hotels across the Central and South America region reported positive, but inflation-affected performance results in 2018, according to full calendar year data from benchmarking specialist

Carlson Wagonlit predicts a generally positive outlook for Latin America in 2019 with small declines in hotel rates and airfares

Although projections for Latin America’s economic performance in 2019 show 2.3% growth, both hotel rates and airfares are expected to drop, according to new research

Currency pressure in Argentina and Brazil is not getting any worse, but it’s also not getting any better

Currency devaluation in Argentina and Brazil has been a thorn in the sides of Latin Airlines throughout much of 2018, but even as conditions do

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