Air Europa resumes flights to Athens and Alghero this summer

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Air Europa will resume its routes to Athens and Alghero this summer, expanding its network in Europe by operating in high season to a total of 35 European and domestic destinations, and another 20 in the Americas.

In June, the airline will open its route to Athens, operated with its most modern and efficient fleet, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The company, which will cover this route until the end of October, will link the Madrid hub with the Greek capital two days a week, specifically on Wednesdays and Sundays; and makes available to the customer more than 28,000 seats, exceeding the capacity offered in the summer of 2019.

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A month later, in July, Air Europa will inaugurate its second summer destination, heading for Alguero, on the island of Sardinia, where it will also fly twice a week, on Thursdays and Saturdays. Open until early September, the route will link Madrid with this city in the northwest of Sardinia with more than 30 flights.

With Athens and Alghero, Air Europa expands its presence in Europe during the summer and reinforces the expansion announced and initiated by the airline last April, which is supported by a significant increase in sales since the end of last year.

Over the coming months, Air Europa will increase its offer with the incorporation of eleven new aircraft, six of them Boeing 787 Dreamliner and five Boeing 737, with which it is moving forward in its fleet unification process that allows it to increase the number of seats per aircraft, optimize the number of flights and increase the offer in both Economy and Business Class. By the end of the year, the long-haul fleet will be the same as in 2019 and Air Europa will be flying to its 23 destinations in the Americas.