Vueling launches four new routes; two new Greek island destinations

A press conference was held in Rome due to Vueling’s ninth route to the Italian capital

A press conference was held in Rome due to Vueling’s ninth route to the Italian capital, from the island of Menorca. Speaking to the gathered 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).

  • Vueling, the Spanish low-cost carrier, launched four new routes in the last week with its 180-seat A320s. From its main base in Barcelona (BCN), the airline now serves two new destinations; the Greek island airports of Mykonos (JMK) and Heraklion (HER) on Crete. The service between Mahon (MAH) on the Balearic island of Menorca and Rome Fiumicino (FCO) means that Vueling now serves the Italian capital from nine airports (!).
Date Origin Destination WF*
25-Jun-11 Barcelona (BCN) Heraklion (HER) 1
23-Jun-11 Barcelona (BCN) Mykonos (JMK) 3
25-Jun-11 Mahon (MAH) Rome Fiumicino (FCO) 2
25-Jun-11 Palma de Mallorca (PMI) Venice (VCE) 3
*WF: Weekly Frequency

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