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Air Europa

Air Europa logoFlying since 1986
Air Europa is an airline based in Llucmajor on the island of Majorca, Spain. They mainly ferry huge numbers of holidaymakers on inclusive tour packages between North Europe, West Europe and popular resorts in the like the Canary and Balearic Islands. Air Europa also runs a flock of domestic scheduled flights. Plus long haul scheduled services across North America, South America and the Caribbean. The airline's main base is at Palma de Mallorca Airport. Air Europa is wholly owned by Globalia, a successful travel and tourism company. Since 2007 it has been an associate member of the SkyTeam alliance, which gives them extra financial power. 

They are the third largest airline in Spain after Iberia and Veuling. The airline also operates from Sweden.

Where do they fly to?
AirEuropa was founded back in 1986 so they've been in the airline game for some time! Their main hub is at Madrid Barajas Airport, Spain. The airline focuses on holiday destinations Tenerife South Airport, Barcelona Airport and Palma de Mallorca Airport. They run a popular frequent flier programme called Flying Blue. With forty aircraft on tap and 44 destinations under their belt, they've helped corner the Balearics and Canaries holiday market. AirEuropa offers low cost flights to Madrid, several key Latin American cities and airports across the Caribbean. And they deliver cheap long haul flights too. Ideal if you're flying from the UK to Havana, Caracas, Cancun or Punta Cana. And they also offer comfy, competitively priced Business Class.

Daily from London to Madrid
With its modern fleet of sturdy Boeing and Airbus aircraft - the 30 B737-800, 4 B767-300 and 4 A330-200 – Air Europa is well equipped to deliver a good quality service. They've set up a selection of extremely convenient connections to destinations throughout Spain and into Europe including key cities in France, Poland, The Czech Republic, Italy and Hungary. Further afield Air Europa flies to exotic Mexico and Cuba, The Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Brazil and Argentina. In Africa they fly into holiday hot spots Morocco, Tunisia and Senegal.

There are currently 40 aircraft in their fleet.

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