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Air Europa is a Spanish airline headquartered in Llucmajor, Majorca, Spain. Air Europa's hub can be found in the Spanish capital of Madrid in Madrid Barajas Airport. Founded in 1986 Air Europa has grown to become the third largest airline in Spain behind only Iberia and Vueling. The Spanish carrier is 100% owned by Globalia, a travel and tourism company. In September 2007 Air Europa became a member of the SkyTeam alliance.

Air Europa currently operate flights to over 44 destinations across Europe as well as North and South America. These destinations include Madrid, Sao Paulo, Majorca, Lisbon, London, Miami, Cancun, Malaga, Alicante, Barcelona, Bilbao, Minorca, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Havana, San Juan, Santo Domingo, Punta Cana, Dakar, Tel Aviv and Agadir.

Operating across 3 different continents on short, medium and long haul flights Air Europa has a total fleet size of 56 aircraft, ranging from 49 to 388 seaters. The fleet consists of Airbus, Boeing, ATR, and Embraer aircraft including Airbus' 330 series both 200 and 300, Boeing's 737 and 787 aircraft, Embraer jets and ATR 72's. Most of Air Europa's aircraft offer business and economy seats, however on their smaller aircraft only economy seats are available.

In September 2007 Air Europa became a member of the SkyTeam Alliance. SkyTeam was founded in June 2000 and has grown to be the second largest alliance in the world, second only to Star Alliance, in terms of passengers and number of members. SkyTeam currently consists of 20 carriers from five continents operating a wider service for all of their passengers worldwide. KLM have codeshare agreements with most SkyTeam members including; Aer Lingus, Bangkok Airways, Georgian Airways, Gol, Jet Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Olympic Air, Pegasus Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, Singapore Airlines and many others. 

In February 2017, Air Europa announced it was holding preliminary talks with the Dominican Republic's Helidosa Aviation Group over possible investments in the Dominican Republican. Helidosa Aviation specializes in passenger charter as well as medevac services across the Caribbean (including French Territories), Central and South America, Europe, and the Eastern United States. Operationally, its fleet consists of Cessna 650 Citations, Cessna 560 XL/XLS Citations, Cessna 550B Citations, and various helicopters.  

In March 2017, Air Europa celebrated the arrival of its sixth Dreamliner Boeing 787-8, committing the aircraft to its daily Madrid to Havana route. The flight to Cuba connects with the Air Europa twice-daily flights between London Gatwick and Madrid’s Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas Airport. Air Europa has recently committed to investing $3.5 billion for the purchase of a total of 22 Dreamliners which will be delivered progressively by 2022. With 6 Dreamliners now in operation, and a further 2 to be added this year, the 787-8 Dreamliner is a key part of Air Europa’s constantly expanding fleet. 14 additional 787-9 models will also come into operation over the next few years.

In March 2017, Air Europa also announced that it is stepping up its frequency of its flights on the Tel Aviv - Madrid route to six weekly flights.  The airline is thereby doubling its number of seats on the route. The route will use Boeing 787 Dreamliners for route, Boeing's newest model, which is usually used in trans-Atlantic flights (on United Airlines flights to the US, for example). The additional flights will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting in July 2017. Many of the passengers with the carrier continue on from Madrid to other destinations, mainly in Central and South America, such as Buenos Aires, Sao Paolo, Bogota, Havana, and others. 

 

  Air Europa offers its passengers 23kg checked baggage for economy, 2 pieces of 23kg for business on domestic and European flights and for Business intercontinental flights 3 pieces up to 23kg each. For cabin baggage allowance, Air Europa offers its passengers 1 piece of up to 10kg for economy, 14kg for domestic and European flights in Business and Intercontinental flights 2 pieces of 18kg in Business. 
     
  Air Europa operates a loyalty programme called SUMA through which you are rewarded with 2 miles for each €1 you have paid for your ticket. You can also earn Miles on flights taken with SkyTeam Alliance airlines. SUMA programme allows the earning and redeeming of SUMA miles with all SkyTeam Alliance airlines and with our partners including Amazon, Be Live, Europcar and NH Hotel Group. 
     
 
Their main hub is the Palma de Mallorca Airport, and has an alliance with SkyTeam, with other international airlines such as Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air France, Alitalia, Delta Airlines, Garuda Indonesia, among many others. Air Europa announced that it had placed a new order with Boeing for 14 787 Dreamliners in addition to the eight B787s already acquired for the company. In 2015, Air Europa signed new codeshare agreements with Korean Air, Avianca Brazil, Seaborne and Air Serbia. 

 

In October 2016, Air Europa began its new Dreamliner service to the Dominican Republic. The Spanish air carrier officially launched its service from Madrid to Santo Domingo on Wednesday with a flight to the capital’s Las Americas International Airport. Air Europa is operating the flights daily, with capacity for 317 passengers and a variety of connections in Europe. In November 2016, Spanish carrier Air Europa and Danish regional aircraft lessor Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) have completed a sale and leaseback on seven Embraer 195s. SkyTeam member Air Europa is part of the Globalia tourism group and carries 9 million passengers annually.

 

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Popular Routes

 

Madrid   Sao Paulo

 

London    Majorca

 

Lisbon   London

 

Miami    Madrid

 

Madrid    Cancun

 

London    Malaga

 
 


The Fleet

 

Airbus A330-200

 

ATR 72-500

 

 

 

 

 

 

Airbus 330-300

Boeing 737-800 

 

 

 

 

 

ATR 72-200

 Boeing 787-9

 

 

 

 

Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport 

HUB Airport

 

Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport is the main international airport serving Madrid in Spain. It is the hub airport for Air Europa and Iberia. It has 4 runaways and can handle a passenger capacity of 45 million per year. Other airlines which fly to and from Madrid Airport include Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air China, Air France, Blue Air, Cubana, Czech Airlines, easyJet, Finnair, Ethiad Airways, Iberian, LAN Airlines and many others. 

 

 

 

 

SkyTeam Alliance

 

 

 

 

SkyTeam Alliance is a leading global airline network, with 20 member airlines. SkyTeam alliance was founded in 2000 and now consists of member airlines such as Aerolineas Argentinas, AeroMexico, Air Europa, China Southern, Alitalia, China Airlines, Delta, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, KLM and others. SkyTeam Alliance network has nearly 16,323 daily flights, with 1,052 destinations in 177 countries. 

 

 


 

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Air EuropaOperating out of their hub in Madrid, Air Europa have low fares and great connections to a number of destinations in Latin America with good connections from London-Gatwick.

Air Europa Flights

Once British owned, the Spanish airline, Air Europa, based in Palma de Mallorca is now part of the massive Globalia Group under the stewardship of the charismatic Juan Jose “Pepe” Hildalgo.

Air Europa has many scheduled service routes, which radiate out from their hub at Madrid (Barajas) Airport but the real value to UK travellers is their codeshare flight from London-Gatwick to Madrid which makes same day connections to Latin America possible. These include Cuba (Havana) Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo, Punta Cana), Mexico (Cancun), Brazil (Salvador), Venezuela (Caracas), Argentina (Buenos Aires).

Flights are operated with 4 Boeing 767-300’s, 33 Boeing 737-800’s and 3 x Airbus A 330-200’s. Most importantly they are to be a launch customer for the long range new Airbus A350-800.

Low, low prices for summer 2009 and winter 2009/10, from Gatwick to Havana, Caracas, Salvador and MadridCheck availability now as limited space available at lowest fares.

Air Europa - "great value"

Air Europa is one of of European Aviation’s great survivors with a resilient management team and a succesful mix of Scheduled Services and charter flights.Since its very first flights Air Europa has been used to looking after British passengers alongside those from its home market in Spain. We have flown many times with Air Europa and can thoroughly recommend it - just check out the great prices to South America over Madrid and give it a try.

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New Route for Air Europa from Santo Domingo to New York

New Route for Air Europa from Santo Domingo to New York    The Sky Alliance member ,Air Europa, expands route network in Dominican Republic with flights from Santo Domingo to New York.

New domestic routes for Air Europa from February 2016

New domestic routes for Air Europa from February 2016   Air Europa introduces three new domestic routes to Salamanca , Valladolid and Valencia.

Avianca and Air Europa go head to head on Madrid to Bogota

Air Europa, with its new aircraft livery which focusses on the initials "AE" and a softer colour scheme, is heading into a shoot out with Colombian national carrier, Avianca, as it launches a new daily route between Madrid and Bogota.

Air Europa expands and looks at new Latin American destinations

Air Europa, one of  Spain's finest and friendliest airlines has announced plans to launch new roues from its Madrid hub to major cities in Latin America including Mexico City, Panamá City, San José (Costa Rica),  plus the the capital cities of Colombia, Bogotá iand Ecuador, Quito.

Air Europa adds new routes to Mexico City

From tomorrow (July 2nd 2011) holidaymakers flying with Air Europa will have additional routes available to them as the carrier has announced the launch of flights to Mexico City.

Air Europa launches new routes to Mexico

  Air Europa has announced that new flights travelling between London Gatwick and Mexico City have been added to its summer schedule.

Great meetings with Aeroflot and Air Europa

I was up in the centre of London yesterday, avoiding police cordons and visiting the UK offices of independent Spanish Airline, Air Europa and Russian national carrier, Aeroflot....

Air Europa confirms new routes

Air Europa has confirmed that this summer it will be adding a new route to Mexico City to its product list, which includes flights to Caracas.

Air Europa announce frequency of new Madrid Lima flights

Air Europe has announced that it has been authorized to operate on the route Madrid-Lima-Madrid with a frequency of four times a week commencing 18th February 2010.

Air Europa plan new routes after demise of Air Comet

Air Europa is looking to take advantage of the vacuum left by one of its main long haul competitors between Madrid and Latin America.

AIR EUROPA LAUNCHES NEW ROUTES FOR WINTER 2009

Air Europa flies high with the introduction of new routes and increased frequency to popular destinations With the global aviation industry suffering the effects of the recession, Air Europa is set to buck the trend with the launch of its winter schedule in October 2009, including a number of new routes.

Air Europa - a great way to fly transatlantic !

Just back from (another) quick trip across the Atlantic ocean and down to Panama.

Latest News:

Air Europa Plans Further Expansion Into Latin America

Air Europa Plans Further Expansion Into Latin America   Air Europa is planning to expand it’s network with direct flights from Madrid to Latin America in 2017.

 


 Air Europa launches new routes as it continues to expand in South America!

  Air Europa launches new routes as it continues to expand in South America!

 


 Air Europa flying to a new destination in Cuba: Varadero!

Air Europa flying to a new destination in Cuba: Varadero!

 


 Air Europa announces lots of new routes starting in Summer 2016!

Air Europa announces lots of new routes starting in Summer 2016!

 


 Air Europa, the Spanish airline in the Globalia group, has now started offering SafetyPay as a method of payment which allows customers to make a transaction in local currency via cash or direct transfer.

Air Europa, the Spanish airline in the Globalia group, has now started offering SafetyPay as a method of payment which allows customers to make a transaction in local currency via cash or direct transfer.

 


 Air Europa increases its Spanish operations by launching a twice-weekly service from Malaga to Valencia.

Air Europa increases its Spanish operations by launching a twice-weekly service from Malaga to Valencia.

 


 

Air Europa launches new loyalty scheme, Suma, to reward its passengers

 

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