Aerolineas Argentinas and the Secretariat of Domestic Trade signed a collaboration agreement this afternoon to jointly spread the scopes of the rights of users and consumers of airport and tourist services as well as the tools that the State makes them available to assert their rights.
The agreement was signed at the metropolitan Jorge Newbery Airport (Aeroparque), by the head of Aerolíneas, Mariano Recalde and the Trade Secretary, Augusto Costa.
This collaboration agreement will allow the joint generation of contents that are useful to users and consumers transiting airports and airplanes.
Simultaneously, both officials, this time with the head of the Organismo Regulador de Servicio Nacional de Aeropuertos (Regulatory Body of the National Airports System), Gustavo Lipovich, signed an “Precios Cuidados” (Price Watch) agreement to be applied, in principle, to the services of bars and food courts of the metropolitan airport (Aeroparque).
On the occasion, Recalde said "It is important that people can come to the airport, either because they will take a flight or because they are waiting for a loved one, and can have a coffee at a reasonable price," and added "we also signed an agreement to further expand consumer rights, in this case in what it has to do with the airport and tourist services in general".
Closing the event, officials toured the airport food court to corroborate the effective compliance of the precios cuidados (price watch).
Buenos Aires, April 16, 2015