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30/05/2008
PLUNA adds new routes

Uruguayan airline Pluna continues with its plan of expansion and in June it will begin to fly two new routes: Rosario (Argentina) and Curitiba (Brazil).
Both routes will begin to operate next June 16th, with six weekly frequencies, with a price of U$S 38 for the route to Rosario and U$S 59 for the route to Curitiba.
Another announcement of the company was it will increase from 6 to 9 weekly frequencies in the Montevideo-Buenos Aires route, the most profitable route of the company.
The company hopes to become the airline with the most efficient and modern fleet in Latin America and in Julio wil receve its fifth 90 seats jet Bombardier CRJ900 NextGen.
Other offers of the company are the following:
Rosario-Montevideo U$S 38.
Rosario-Curitiba U$S 59
Rosario-Paulo U$S122
Rosario-Madrid U$S 553, all with connection in Montevideo.








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