Norwegian Air Argentina

Norwegian Air Argentina was a subsidiary of the Norwegian Air Shuttle, aimed at serving the Argentine domestic air market. Established in 2017, the airline was part of Norwegian’s global expansion plan and marked its first foray into the South American aviation sector. Norwegian Air Argentina sought to replicate the low-cost model of its parent company, offering budget-friendly travel options to consumers within Argentina. The airline was granted approval to operate 153 routes, both domestic and international, by the Argentine government. However, the subsidiary faced challenges in a competitive market and eventually ceased operations in 2019, with its assets and operations being acquired by JetSMART Argentina.


During its operational period, Norwegian Air Argentina primarily served domestic destinations, connecting key cities such as Buenos Aires, Cordoba, and Mendoza. The airline also had plans for international routes but did not manage to fully implement them before ceasing operations.


The airline’s fleet consisted mainly of Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which are well-suited for short to medium-haul routes. These planes were configured to maximize capacity, in line with Norwegian’s low-cost model.


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