Air Europa will double its flights to Latin America by the end of the year.

Air Europa is gradually recovering its route network in Latin America and will double its number of flights before the end of the year, with increased frequencies and the gradual incorporation of new destinations, in addition to increasing its offer of seats by 72%, EuropaPress reported.

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The new schedule, which continues to be subject both to the evolution of the pandemic and the lifting of the various restrictive measures imposed by the different countries, as well as the flow of active demand; implies the resumption of the company’s flights with a weekly frequency as of November to Bogota, Medellin, Caracas and Havana.

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From next month, Air Europa will also operate one more weekly flight to Santo Domingo, going from two to three frequencies; and another to Quito and Guayaquil, where it will fly twice a week.

In December, Globalia’s air division will maintain its upward trend in Latin America and will grow in Bogota, Havana, Buenos Aires, Lima and Santa Cruz in Bolivia with another weekly frequency.

The increase in routes and frequencies will be further reinforced during the Christmas holidays, when Air Europa will reactivate its operations to Miami, Panama, Punta Cana and Salvador de Bahía with two weekly frequencies to each destination. In this way, by the end of the year the airline will be operating in 18 of its 23 American destinations.

Air Europa plans to complete its operations throughout its international network in March of next year when, initially, flights to New York, Cancun, Fortaleza and Recife will be resumed. As for Cordoba, its second destination in Buenos Aires, it will also be included in the schedule when restrictions are lifted.

This new operation is in addition to the domestic flights that resumed progressively at the end of June, and which were reinforced with the resumption of European flights and some transoceanic flights such as Sao Paulo, Montevideo, San Pedro Sula, Santo Domingo, Quito, Guayaquil and Santa Cruz from July. In addition to the special flights that the airline maintains to Buenos Aires, Asuncion and Lima. Currently, Air Europa operates in more than 25 national and European destinations.

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