Vueling will offer 317 routes, 111 of them in the Spanish domestic market -an average of 1,800 domestic flights per week- and another 12 will be new international connections.
A statement from the airline indicated that more domestic routes will be operated than in 2019 (111 now versus 93 then) and indicates that the new international routes will connect Spain with destinations such as Copenhagen and Billund (Denmark), Porto (Portugal) and London (UK).
In the case of Barcelona, a total of 102 routes will be operated, 76 of them international, including four new routes that will try to capture the “Nordic market”: Gothenburg (Sweden), Billund (Denmark) and Bergen and Stavanger (Norway).
Vueling will offer 49 routes in the Canary Islands -41 domestic, 8 international-, among which the following novelties stand out: Tenerife North connected with Palma de Mallorca and Oporto; Gran Canaria with Santiago and Zaragoza; Fuerteventura with Alicante; and Lanzarote with Palma.
In the Balearic Islands, according to EFE, there will be 58 connections -37 domestic and 21 international-, with new ones connecting Palma with Copenhagen and Billund (Denmark), Lanzarote, Tenerife and Almeria; Ibiza with Asturias; and Menorca with Asturias.
In the Basque Country, Vueling offers 25 weekly flights -16 domestic and 9 international- and adds a connection between Bilbao and Murcia.
Vueling will also operate 51 routes from Andalusia -36 domestic, 15 international- and, as new features, will connect Malaga with Billund and Copenhagen; Seville with Santiago; and Almeria with Palma.
It will operate another 30 flights per week in Asturias, all domestic; 40 in the Valencian Community -22 domestic, 18 international-, with the novelties of Copenhagen and Fuerteventura from Alicante and London and Santiago from Valencia; Galicia will have 23 routes -19 domestic, 4 international-; and Cantabria with three, with the novelty of connecting with Murcia.
“The recovery of mobility this summer will be fundamental to reactivate the economic and social life. He added that, in his opinion, “it is necessary to progressively lift restrictions and implement ‘health passports’ to facilitate mobility,” said Vueling’s president, Marco Sansavini.
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