Tag Archive: airlines

Jan 03

Air Berlin connects Berlin and Madrid

From the 25th of February 2013, Madrid and Berlin will be connected with a daily direct flight operated by Air Berlin. The German company, even though it is considered a low cost airline, has its standards up to the top. During the flight, clients will be offered sandwiches and refreshments, which are included in the …

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Oct 23

Vueling airline launches 28 new routes from Barcelona

Based on El Prat – Barcelona airport, the Spanish low cost airline Vueling will fly to 28 new destinations on 2013. With the additional routes, the company will embrace 100 different destinations on March. Thanks to the increase, Vueling becomes an excellent alternative for flying to Barcelona from a big number of European, African and …

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Feb 03

Emirates arrives in Barcelona and doubles Madrid frequency

Emirates on Wednesday announced the opening of a route between Barcelona and Dubai, after several months pending the availability of the fleet to set a date for the first flight, which will be July 3. The Arab airline has also announced that its frequency doubled so far the only route to Spain, which runs from …

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Jan 30

Spanair airline suspended its operations and prepare for bankruptcy

The airline Spanair has suspended its operations from last Friday night 27th January 2012, which means the cancellation of their flights, and is expected to present bankruptcy proceedings next week. Tens of thousands of passengers are affected and about 2,000 workers are likely to be unemployed. As explained to Efe company sources, the bankruptcy will …

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Dec 28

Asia-Pacific airlines launched at low cost

Companies in the Asia-Pacific region are being launched at low cost The Japanese airline ANA, Singapore Airlines and Qantas announce the opening of lines at lower prices in collaboration with local low-cost airlines. The Japanese company ANA (All Nippon Airways) announced the creation of Air Asia  next to Japan, which has several subsidiaries of its kind in …

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Nov 07

Barcelona Turkish Airlines ‘hub’ to fly to Latin America

On June 1 released a third daily flight from Barcelona to Istanbul The deck used Turkish Airlines Airport Barcelona-El Prat as a focal point for their planned new connections between Istanbul and Caracas (Venezuela), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Mexico DC. In a meeting with the press, the president of the company, Hamdi Topçu, stated that …

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