The vast expanse of Argentina’s territory is full of contrasts in color, scenery, climate and culture. Experiencing these contrasts just got easier with the addition of Cordoba to the Corredor Federal route of Aerolineas Argentinas. Until recently, the circular Corredor Federal route connected Buenos Aires to the impressive Iguazu Falls, the peaceful towns of Salta, the wine country of Mendoza and the beauty of Bariloche. Now, with the addition of the Buenos Aires–Cordoba–Mendoza route it also connects the second most important city in the country, the capital city of Cordoba province. The new route operates year round once per day. Meanwhile, there are two flights a week between the cities of Iguazu, Salta, Mendoza and Bariloche and five flights a daybetween Buenos Aires and Bariloche.
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