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New Flight Takes Off March 19

Air Europa to connect Miami and Madrid

eTN Staff Writer  Feb 21, 2010

Air Europa announced today their new non-stop service from Miami to Madrid, offering convenient connections to more than 20 cities in Spain and to some of the most important European capitals, such as Paris, Rome, and London.

Air Europa will operate a fleet of Airbus 330-200 with a capacity for 275 coach passengers and 24 Club Business passengers. The plane will depart from Miami International Airport at 9:50 pm, arriving in Madrid Barajas at 12:10 pm the following day.

"Today marks another milestone for Air Europa, as we expand our international transatlantic route network in the United States," expressed Javier Hidalgo, CEO of Globalia Group. "We are thrilled to offer South Florida business and leisure travelers a new alternative to travel to Madrid and beyond. We are confident that once consumers try the comfort of our new planes and our incomparable customer and in-flight service, they will become frequent flyers of Air Europa," added Hidalgo.

Air Europa boasts a 96 percent punctuality rate and more official quality, safety and maintenance certificates than any other Spanish airline. Air Europa is also a member of SkyTeam and the only SkyTeam member to offer direct service to Madrid.

Business class travelers will enjoy privileges, such as access to VIP lounges, bonus miles, and priority disembarkation of luggage. Economy and business class travelers will also enjoy ergonomic seating, more space between seats, and a customized audiovisual leisure system for coach and Mediterranean cuisine.

Air Europa flies to the following destinations in Spain: Alicante, Barcelona, Bilbao, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Granada, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Madrid, Malaga, Mallorca, Menorca, Oviedo, Santiago de Compostela, Sevilla, Tenerife, Valencia, Vigo, and Zaragoza. Air Europa's international services include: Buenos Aires, Cancun, Caracas, Dakar, Havana, Lisbon, London, Marrakech, Milan, New York, Paris, Punta Cana, Rome, Salvador de Bahia, Santo Domingo, Tunis, and Venice. In 2010, the airline also announces new service to Lima and Panama.


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