Amaszonas Group considers 100 seat aircraft for longer routes from Montevideo

    Montevideo Carrasco Airport, via its official LinkedIn account, announced (04-Dec-2018) Amaszonas Group plans to incorporate four larger aircraft in 2019 and add international services in Uruguay to Mendoza Francisco Gabrielli International Airport and San Carlos de Bariloche International Airport (Hosteltur, 12-Nov-2018). One of Amaszonas‘ priorities is to resume MontevideoCordoba connectivity. The carrier is looking to acquired 90 to 100 seat aircraft to serve destinations with higher demand.