NEW YORK, NY – Air Europa will inaugurate daily nonstop service from New York to Madrid on June 1. The Spanish-owned airline will offer daily flights from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD) aboard 299-seat Airbus 330 aircraft in two-class configuration. The plane will have 24 seats in business class and 275 in economy class.
Air Europa flight 92 will depart JFK airport at 7:25 pm, arriving in Madrid the next day at 8:30 am. The flight time will be 7 hours and 5 minutes. The return flight, Air Europa #91, will depart Madrid’s Barajas airport at 3:15 pm, arriving at JFK at 5:25 pm the same day, with a flight time of 8 hours and 10 minutes.
“Spain is one of the top ten destinations for US travelers, and Madrid is one of the most popular cities in the country with Americans,” explained Javier Piñanes, director of the Tourist Office of Spain in New York. “They come for the world-class art, to sample our innovative and traditional cuisine, and to enjoy the nonstop nightlife,” said Piñanes.
Founded in 1986, Air Europa is the second largest carrier in Spain and today serves 44 destinations. The airline is part of the Globalia Corporation and is an associate member of Sky Team Alliance.
For further information about Air Europa, go to www.delta.com or www.aireuropa.com. For further information about Spain, contact your travel provider or the Tourist Office of Spain in New York (212-265-8822), Miami (305-358-1992), Chicago (312-642-1992), or Los Angeles (323-658-7195) or go to www.spain.info.