Qantas returning to Buenos Aires?

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  1. HardieBoys

    HardieBoys Member

    Sep 28, 2003
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    Just trawling through CNN's Spanish-language website (as one does), and noticed the following segment in an article in it's travel section, dated 25/11/03:

    Aerolíneas internacionales vuelven a descubrir Argentina tras la crisis':
    Qantas, que actualmente no opera en el país, está evaluando retomar su ruta desde Argentina a Oceanía en el 2004...

    My translation:

    'International airlines return to discover Argentina after the Crisis':
    Qantas, which does not actually operate in the country, is evaluating retaking it's route between Argentina and Oceania in 2004...
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    Other oneworld carriers are mentioned in the article, including AA, BA and Lanchile.
     
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