The company maintains its commitment to the Caribbean destinations within its strategy to become the reference airline between Europe and America.
The airline Air Europa has announced a reinforcement of its connectivity with the Caribbean and will increase in the low season, between September and June, its operation to both Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) and Cancun (Mexico) with a frequency more, up to three weekly flights From Madrid.
Globalia’s aerial division maintains its commitment to both destinations, “with what is endorsed as a more solid alternative flight between America and Europe,” he said.
In this way, it increases to three the number of frequencies that, between September and June, will operate between Madrid and Punta Cana and Cancún, respectively.
Based on the new programming, Air Europa will fly from next September to Punta Cana on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, when in previous low seasons it was done on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
As for Cancun, the airline will fly in those months on Fridays and Sundays, as well as on Mondays.
During the high season, Air Europa continues operating to Cancun a total of five weekly frequencies and four to Punta Cana.
Reference between Europe and America
This increase in frequencies, along with the opening of new routes in the Americas, shows the company’s evident interest in being the airline of reference to connect Europe with America with its modern fleet, with the best connectivity and the best on-board services.
It is recalled that last April Air Europa inaugurated its nineteenth route to fly to San Pedro Sula and became the first European airline that directly connects Honduras with Europe.
On the other hand, next June 16 will incorporate Boston to its network of American destinations flying three weekly frequencies.
The Punta Cana and Cancun routes operate with an Airbus 330 and during the first quarter of this year they have registered a percentage increase in occupancy of six and five points, respectively, in relation to the same period of the previous year.
Improvements in the long-haul fleet
Globalia’s airline has made significant improvements to its long-haul fleet with the installation of its Wi-Fi airplanes and, in the case of the Airbus, the streaming service that allows passengers to download on their personal device, and for free , A wide variety of audiovisual content.
In pursuit of excellence in its services, Air Europa offers also on all long-haul flights, departing from Madrid, new healthier menus, made with ecological products and with quality certificates of origin. In addition, it combines the concept of healthy food with the creativity and avant-gardism of the cuisine of the prestigious Spanish chef Martín Berasategui, whose dishes appear in the Business letter.