Passengers on board the inaugural flight between Palma de Mallorca and Jerez on 15 June were treated to the taste of Cádiz upon arrival.
- Vueling has added two more sectors to its domestic network in the last seven days, with two new sectors from Palma de Mallorca (PMI), its fourth biggest operation after Barcelona, Rome Fiumicino and Paris Orly. On 15 June, the IAG-owned subsidiary started a three times weekly rotation to Jerez (XRY). The next day it began a similar frequency on the 393-kilometre city pair to Zaragoza (ZAZ). Both sectors will be flown by the airline’s A320 fleet, with the latter route to Zaragoza facing direct competition from Air Europa (three times weekly) and Volotea (twice-weekly). This summer Vueling will serve 26 destinations non-stop from Palma de Mallorca. This is one more than last summer. However, while five new destinations have been added (the others being Florence, Lille and Zurich), four have been dropped: Algiers, Brussels, Catania and Turin. See how Jerez and Zaragoza airports FTWAs compare to others from around the world.