Air Europa began flights to San Pedro Sula in Honduras from its Madrid hub on 27 April. Taking care of the inaugural flight proceedings were: Norman García, Honduras Ambassador in Spain; Juan José Hidalgo, Air Europa President; and Elena Mayoral, Madrid Airport Director.
- Air Europa added flights from its Madrid (MAD) hub to Honduras’ second largest city of San Pedro Sula (SAP). The 8,425-kilometre sector (the airline’s seventh longest), which started on 27 April, will be flown weekly (Thursdays) on the SkyTeam carrier’s A330-200 fleet. Representing its only flight to the Central American country, the city pair faces no direct competition. Air Europa will this summer be serving 44 destinations non-stop from Madrid, including 19 in the Americas and the Caribbean. The longest sector at 10,079 kilometres is to Buenos Aires in Argentina. Other countries served on its long-haul fleet include Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, USA and Venezuela.