Aerolíneas Argentinas (AR, Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery) and SKY Airline (Chile) (H2, Santiago de Chile) have announced a new interline agreement allowing passengers from either carrier to access over 60 destinations in Argentina, Chile, and Peru.

The new partnership is set to be implemented gradually during the second half of the year. Through it, SKY will be able to offer the following destinations:

Aerolíneas Argentinas will offer the following destinations:

Both companies said that more destinations from their international networks will be added in the future.

José Ignacio Dougnac, chief executive of SKY Airline, called the agreement a "milestone" for the budget carrier and said it would "play a fundamental role in its alliance strategy". Aerolíneas Argentinas CEO Fabián Lombardo commented that the deal would bolster its regional network across South America, amplifying the carrier’s commercial potential.

The ch-aviation fleets module shows SKY Airline operates 20 aircraft in Chile, namely fourteen A320-200Ns and six A321-200NXs, plus twelve A320-200Ns and one A321-200NX under its SKY Airline Perú AOC. Aerolíneas Argentinas operates a fleet of 84 aircraft, including ten A330-200s, eight B737-700s, ten B737-8s, twenty-eight B737-800s, two B737-800(SF)s, and twenty-six E190s.

In 2015, both companies signed a codeshare agreement. One year later, SKY Airline underwent a business model revamp and became an LCC.