The Flybondi Experience

Passengers boarding a flight to Tucumán at Aeroparque – many are first-time fliers.
Flybondi’s low fares have made flying more accessible for many.

To put Flybondi to the test, the author travelled on a domestic roundtrip with the airline from Buenos Aires to Tucumán in northern Argentina. With the majority of Argentinians having access to the internet and many owning a smartphone, Flybondi has embraced new technologies to reduce overheads and improve efficiencies. Check-in is possible online and a boarding pass for the flight can be received as a QR code saved on the device ready for boarding. With so much technology involved, for many passengers the first proper interaction with a Flybondi employee is onboard the aircraft.

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