From next June 22 Air Europa will resume its domestic flights between the Peninsula and the Canary and Balearic Islands, reinforcing also the route it currently operates between Madrid and Palma de Mallorca with three daily frequencies, as well as its inter-island flights that will progressively increase their frequency from July onwards.
From the beginning of July, the company will progressively increase its connection network between the Peninsula and the islands and, in the middle of next month, it will also reactivate part of its peninsular routes, operating a daily flight, round trip, between Madrid and Barcelona, Bilbao, Vigo, La Coruña, Valencia, Alicante and Málaga, respectively; as well as between the latter city and Melilla.
Depending on the evolution of the situation, Air Europa plans to resume its flight network as of July 15 to 15 European countries and 13 destinations in the Caribbean, Central and South America, as well as New York and Miami. From the same date, it will also resume flights to Marrakech, Tunis and Tel Aviv with two weekly frequencies.
The new schedule is also subject to the flow of active demand, which will mark the increase of new frequencies and the incorporation of new routes to meet passenger needs.
Via travel manager magazine
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