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Articles tagged “argentina”

Travel Booking

MakeMyTrip and Despegar Make Localization a Key Competitive Advantage

Does Expedia or Booking have the energy to launch their booking apps in four local Indian dialects? Maybe not, but MakeMyTrip does, and that local effort matters.

MakeMyTrip and Despegar Make Localization a Key Competitive Advantage

Airlines

Norwegian Air Is Jumping Into Argentina’s Economic Fray With $18 Plane Tickets

Norwegian Air is betting that its low-cost model can thrive amid Argentina's economic challenges. Will the long-term vision be enough to carry it through any short-term turbulence?

Norwegian Air Is Jumping Into Argentina’s Economic Fray With $18 Plane Tickets

Airlines

Argentina’s Flyers Pounce on Fares as Low as $7 as Government Loosens Regulations

Deregulation is fun, right? We'll have to see how the market evolves in Argentina. Maybe someday consumers will miss some aspects of regulation. But for now, people seem happy with $7 fares.

Argentina’s Flyers Pounce on Fares as Low as $7 as Government Loosens Regulations

Airlines

Argentina Will Let Airlines Slash Domestic Fares

Flyers in the United States and Europe might be surprised to learn some countries still artificially prop up airfares. It seems anachronistic, but the Argentina market is still controlled by the government. The good news? Argentina will let the nation's airlines charge as little as they want soon for some fares. Let's hope more restrictions disappear.

Argentina Will Let Airlines Slash Domestic Fares

Tourism

How These Currency Fluctuations Will Boost Tourism This Summer

It's the upside to currency fluctuations. While the local economies suffer, for the most part, when the value of the currency drops, it does make those locations more attractive to foreign travelers because of exchange rates. Here's hoping for a robust summer vacation season.

How These Currency Fluctuations Will Boost Tourism This Summer

Airlines

Argentine Airport Operator Looks to Emerging Markets in Brazil and India

This Argentine airport operator is smart to look to Brazil as a promising market. Brazil's new Open Skies agreement with the U.S. could even spur new partnerships between Latin American airlines.

Argentine Airport Operator Looks to Emerging Markets in Brazil and India

Airlines

Norwegian Air’s Flights to Brazil Highlight Latin America Focus in 2018

Norwegian Air has an ambitious agenda in Latin America. In addition to the flights to Brazil, Norwegian is flying to Argentina, where it will have a robust domestic route network, as well, despite regulatory challenges.

Norwegian Air’s Flights to Brazil Highlight Latin America Focus in 2018

Tourism

Interview: Argentina Tourism Minister Dreams of Visa Free Travel Across the Region

Argentina is breaking from the past and hopes that its diversity of offerings attracts new types of travelers. The tourism minister comes from the private sector and he's bringing new energy into tourism promotion efforts.

Interview: Argentina Tourism Minister Dreams of Visa Free Travel Across the Region

Airlines

Argentine Airport Owner Gets Green Light for 2018 IPO

Argentina's air travel infrastructure could benefit from a capital injection if Aeropuertos Argentina 2000, one of the world’s largest private airport operators, floats its shares on the New York stock exchange next year.

Argentine Airport Owner Gets Green Light for 2018 IPO

Tourism

U.S., Poland and Argentina Vie to Be Host of 2023 Expo

Expo is a far cry from its glory days as the World's Fair, though it's still a respectable boon for tourism. The International Olympic Committee better watch out, or else the Olympic Games may face a similar fate within 20 years' time.

U.S., Poland and Argentina Vie to Be Host of 2023 Expo