Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Wednesday, Dec

By The Bubble

If you are one of those fliers who get a little anxious every time your flight between Buenos Aires and New York makes an obligatory pit stop in Texas, we have great news for you.

Starting in October 28, United Airlines will begin flying directly between Buenos Aires and New York, making the Houston layover a thing of the past.

The daily, non-stop service will operate in the... (Read More)

By Invest in Mendoza

The solar power plant located in the warehouses of the Luis Menotti Pescarmona Green Space in Godoy Cruz has already begun to take its first great steps in the sustainability policy adopted by the municipality and led by Tadeo García Zalazar.

This initiative has prompted the municipality to develop... (Read More)


The Scarpati family lives in the Pampa, the lowlands extending westward across central Argentina.

This vast grassland has traditionally been used to graze cattle, watched over by men on horseback.

Horses are key to the culture here, and the local indigenous group, the Ranquel, are famous for their skill in taming wild horses.

The Scarpatis have learned this art from the Ranquel and called it "doma india", Indian horse training.

They tame horses without any violence or coercion, using only... (Read More)

By Buenos Aires Times

Yesterday marked the 141st anniversaryof the first issue of the Buenos Aires Herald and I thought it might be enlightening to look back to March 15, 1976, when the newspaper celebratedits first 100 years with a 128-pagesupplement. It was enveloped by afour-page facsimile of its earliest  edition,what was simply then THE HERALD.

This centennial issue came out less than six months after the military coup that was to turn Argentina into a web of secret... (Read More)

By Flight Global

American and Australian pilots in the two-seat Perlan II broke on 3 September soared to an GPS-recorded altitude of 52,172ft over southern Argentina, breaking the 11-year-old record of 50,700ft set by a different pair of pilots in the Perlan I at the same location.

American pilot Jim Payne and Australian pilot Morgan Sandercock soared in the pressurised Perlan II – a feature lacking in the Perlan I – using the lifting power of a... (Read More)

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