Air Europa serves Miami again after two-year break

Air Europa serves Miami again after two-year break

Captured just after the aircraft was doused by Miami’s finest firefighters, the inaugural thrice-weekly service from Madrid continues onto Punta Cana in Dominican Republic. See how the Floridian FTWA measures up against others from around the world.

  • Air Europa has strengthened its growing hub operation at Madrid (MAD) this week, with the addition of a new domestic service to Alicante (ALC), as well as two further international points, namely to Miami (MIA) and Punta Cana (PUJ) in Dominican Republic. Started on 4 June, the US operation resumes after a two and half year gap, and will be flown thrice-weekly by the airline’s A330 fleet. The 7,120-kilometre sector will face some stiff oneworld competition in the form of American Airlines (daily) and Iberia (double-daily). The service continues onto Punta Cana, operating the 1,465-kilometre route against American Airlines (27 times weekly), LAN Airlines (weekly) and LAN Argentina (weekly). The double-daily, Swiftair, 68-seat ATR 72-operated domestic run started on 9 June and will face direct competition from incumbent Iberia, which flies the 356-kilometre sector 20 times weekly. See how this FTWA compares to the others sent in this week from around the world.


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