Source: Aerolíneas Argentinas

Aerolíneas Argentinas has confirmed 9 charter flights hired by the football teams that are competing for the “Copa

Libertadores de América” Cup and the “Copa Sudamericana” Cup. The first of these flights departed yesterday from Ezeiza to Asunción,

carrying the team Rosario Central to play against 12 de Octubre de Itaguá. In addition, Nacional de Montevideo traveled from Carrasco

to Buenos Aires to play against Argentinos Juniors.

This morning, Boca Juniors departed to Santa Cruz de la Sierra for their match against The Strongest. In the afternoon, two more flights

will depart to the same city in Bolivia carrying the players of Independiente, who will be facing Guabirá FC, and Arsenal de Sarandí, who

will face Bolívar.

Defensa y Justicia will also be departing today to Quito in order to play against Independiente del Valle, and Racing will fly to Montevideo

to face Rentistas.

Tomorrow, Lanús will travel to Caracas to play against Aragua, and River Plate will depart to Rio de Janeiro to face Fluminense.

“Since the end of last year, we have been working extensively with football clubs and associations in the operation of this kind of flights,

which, in such a critical context, has allowed us to diversify our business, create opportunities and generate extra income,” explained Pablo

Ceriani, President of Aerolíneas Argentinas.

Ever since international matches and competitions were resumed at the end of last year, Aerolíneas Argentinas has operated most of the

flights taken by both local football clubs and national football teams.