October 1, 2014
Domestic flights' tariffs increase by 12%
The federal government has approved a new tariff table for domestic flights involving a 12-percent average rise to become effective as for tomorrow.
The decision has been published in today’s official gazette under a resolution by the Transport Secretary, representing the first adjustment in tickets’ fares since December 2013. It covers reference tariffs as well as maximum tariffs (I and II).
Following is the new tariff table for domestic flights:
Buenos Aires City to Bahía Blanca city
Reference tariff: 558 pesos (496 pesos before the adjustment)
Maximum tariff (I): 1,187 pesos (1,042 pesos)
Maximum tariff (II): 1,485 pesos (1,326 pesos)
Buenos Aires City to Bariloche city
Reference tariff: 1,079 pesos (963 pesos before the adjustment)
Maximum tariff (I): 2,285 pesos (2,022 pesos)
Maximum tariff (II): 2,886 pesos (2,577 pesos)
Córdoba city to Buenos Aires City
Reference tariff: 666 pesos (541 pesos before the adjustment)
Maximum tariff (I): 1,272 pesos (1,136 pesos)
Maximum tariff (II): 1,622 pesos (1,448 pesos)
Buenos Aires City to El Calafate city
Reference tariff: 948 pesos (846 pesos before the adjustment)
Maximum tariff (I): 1,989 pesos (1,776 pesos)
Maximum tariff (II): 2,537 pesos (2,265 pesos)
Meanwhile, flying to the Iguazú city in the province of Misiones will cost 775 pesos (reference tariff) and 1,642 pesos (maximum fare); to Mar del Plata City in Buenos Aires province will cost 428 pesos (reference fare) and 896 pesos (maximum fare) and to the capital city of the province of Mendoza 782 pesos (reference tariff) and 1,641 pesos (maximum tariff).
The Transport office said that tariffs for destinations that are not reached by the resolution “will be calculated following the flight mileage, comparing it with the reference tariff for a route of similar distance in the same geographical region.”
“It is necessary to authorize the new tariff table in order to guarantee commercial flights public service provided by authorized companies,” the resolution adds.