Vueling launches routes to Palma de Mallorca; continues Toulouse expansion
Vueling, which launched three new routes in the last week, also held a press conference in Rome for the new route between Menorca and the Italian capital, which will launch at the end of June. Speaking to the press were Massimo Di Perna, Vueling’s Country Manager Italy; Alex Cruz, Vueling’s CEO; and Sergio Berlenghi, Responsible for Commercial Aviation at ADR (Rome Airports). The low-cost airline now serves the ‘Eternal City’ from nine airports, making it one of the busiest airports in the airline’s network.
- Vueling launched three new routes in the last week. Continuing the expansion of its new Toulouse (TLS) base, the airline launched two weekly flights to Tenerife Sur (TFS) on 26 April with its only 144-seat A319. Notably, the airport in the south of the Canary Island is new to the airline, which serves Tenerife Norte from several domestic Spanish destinations. The airline also launched two routes to Palma de Mallorca (PMI) with its 180-seat A320s. On 27 April, the airline began operating five times weekly from Amsterdam (AMS), competing with airberlin’s daily and Transavia.com’s six weekly flights. On 1 May, this was followed by a thrice-weekly service to Paris Orly (ORY), which competes with Air Europa’s daily and Transavia.com’s four weekly flights.
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