United Airlines increases its frequencies between Houston and Buenos Aires
Last February United Airlines was forced to reduce passenger frequencies between Houston and Buenos Aires due to the restriction imposed by the Argentine government on operations from certain countries. The American company reduced its frequency to two weekly flights when previously it operated three flights per week.
United continued to operate three flights between Houston and Buenos Aires, but one of the operations was exclusive with cargo, something that some European companies that fly to the Argentinian capital do as a result of the restriction.
According to the information obtained by Aviacionline through Cirium, and reconfirmed with the reservation system, United Airlines will increase frequencies to Buenos Aires from April 1st, going from two flights per week to five. Operations will continue to be carried out on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
The company’s schedule for the coming months is subject to change, as it will depend on the situation of the Coronavirus, travel restrictions and demand.
United Airlines will operate three weekly flights between Houston and Buenos Aires on Dreamliners during March. Two of the three operations from the United States will be with passengers and the rest exclusively with cargo, while the Ezeiza Airport departures are enabled for passenger and cargo traffic.