Delta changes its schedule on the route to Buenos Aires
Delta Air Lines has reintroduced Airbus A330-300s on its route to Buenos Aires. The first flight, which arrived this Sunday in the Argentine capital, carried 286 passengers, at an occupancy rate of 97%. This change confirms what Aviacionline reported at the end of August.
Due to ANAC clearances, Delta will fly twice a week between Atlanta and Ezeiza Airport. Before the pandemic, the airline had a daily flight.
According to the calendar published in Cirium, the company plans to resume seven weekly operations to Buenos Aires in January. These flights are subject to change, as they will depend on the COVID-19 situation, permissions and restrictions in Argentina, and their subsequent impact on demand.
Schedule between Atlanta and Buenos Aires (Delta)
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|DL 101||Atlanta (ATL)||7:25 p.m.||Buenos Aires (EZE)||6.30 a.m. +1|
|DL 110||Buenos Aires (EZE)||10:30 p.m.||Atlanta (ATL)||7:50 a.m. +1|
Note: the first flight in an Airbus A330-300 to Buenos Aires took place on September 16, but was not authorized for passenger traffic.
Airbus A330 flights to Ezeiza airport
- Departures from Atlanta: September 18, 25 and 26
- Departures from Buenos Aires: September 17, 19, 26 and 27
Flights from October are not confirmed at time of posting.
Flights between the United States and Argentina
- Atlanta (ATL): Delta Airlines
- Dallas (DFW): American Airlines – flights suspended (currently)
- Houston (IAH): United Airlines
- Miami (MIA): Aerolíneas Argentinas and American Airlines
- New York (JFK): Aerolíneas Argentinas and American Airlines