AR's problems are their own.
As far as the rest...all seem to be doing well, I haven't heard about any troubles with Dinar as Argento says...so I'm not sure. TAN even related to VASP is ok.
As far as the future goes?? This is my thought, a what if...lets say.
If AR goes under this is what I see happenning...
LAPA will take over as the INTL airline for Argentina. (In my mind and dreams
I see a pretty LAPA 777)
Southern Winds will become the next LAPA.
Dinar will be an Austral type alternative.
LAER will grow. It seems to be doing very well, lots of the routes they offer were AR's.
American Falcon, haven't tried them yet but they are flying from EZE check there web site and look at there objective...it's a good idea. They fly EZE to Mar del Plata and such and offer charters as well. All they need is to get some RJs, like SW and take it from there.
Kaiken...another I have not tried but they seem to be doing well flying between Ushuaia, Rio Gallegos and Lago Argentino. They fly Saab 340. I don't know about them, if it will be around or not.
TAN is still profitable last time I checked. I think VASP needs to leave them alone though. I flown them before and it was all good. I see no reason for TAN to go under...but who knows. It would be nice to see them flying som ERJ 145/35.
The site has not been working for me but here for reference. It was a nice site.
My last thought...LADE...they are still flying...and I think they will play a big part en la Patagonia for a long time...they should get some new planes...the last F28 I was on looked lets say bad. I think they should keep the Twin Otters for as long as they can those little things are soooo much fun. Great site too.
Just my predictions of what could happen or maybe I should say what I'd like to see happen. But with all honesty I hope AR is saved. Just because it would be hard to get used to LAPA as the national flag carrier or any other for that fact.
AR is bad and has been, never made a profit bla bla bla but after all it is AEROLINEAS ARGENTINAS.
I'll shut up for now.