Sky continues to expand and announces new route to Bariloche

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Sky continues to expand and announces new route to Bariloche
Source: NewMedia
September 09, 2022

The airline becomes the only one to offer direct flights from Santiago to the Argentine city

The Chilean airline SKY announced the inauguration of its new Santiago-Bariloche route, which will become the only one with direct flights between the Chilean capital and the trans-Andean city.

In this way, starting today, September 5, people will be able to buy their tickets at USD 45 per leg, without considering boarding fees, to fly from December 12 to the end of March. This promotion will be available for seven days on the website www.skyairline.com and the SKY APP.

"This new route will allow people to travel to Bariloche in less than 2 hours, without having to stop in Buenos Aires, and in the newest fleet in America and the most environmentally friendly," said Carmen Gloria Serrat, Commercial Director of SKY.

The executive added that initially the company will operate this route between December and March on a seasonal basis, with 3 weekly frequencies, projecting to transport approximately 3,200 passengers per month, which will boost tourism to Bariloche, where people will be able to enjoy its wide gastronomic offer. excursions and landscapes.

It should be noted that all SKY tickets are subject to the company's commercial policy, "Your Ticket", which allows flights to be endorsed, canceled or rescheduled at no additional cost.

The newest fleet:

The Swiss company CH-Aviation - provider of aviation data intelligence and analysis - recognized SKY for the second consecutive year, in first place in the ranking of the youngest airlines in the region, which consolidates it as the airline with the fleet America's newest.

SKY today is the only airline in the world with 100% neo aircraft, which emit the lowest level of CO2 per seat in its category, considerably reducing the impact on the environment. SKY aircraft technology makes the company the best option to combine care for the environment with low prices.


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