Norwegian Air Argentina rolled out complimentary Wi-Fi on domestic flights Nov. 16, making it the first carrier in the country to do so. The Norwegian Air Shuttle subsidiary began domestic operations Oct. 16. The LCC, which received its Argentinian  air operator certificate (AOC) in January, is flying a single 189-seat Boeing 737-800 on daily routes from Buenos Aires’ Aeroparque Airport (AEP) to regional Argentine cities Córdoba and Mendoza. Beginning Nov. 19, two new ...

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