Air Europa will launch new, three-times weekly flights to Colombia’s second metropolis, Medellin, in June.
The choice provides a second entry vacation spot into a rustic rising in reputation.
The brand new route, operated by Air Europa’s state-of-the-art Dreamliner plane, will launch on the June 1st, with three flights per week between Madrid’s Barajas Worldwide Airport and José María Córdova Worldwide Airport, the worldwide airport of Medellin.
British travellers are in a position to join by way of Air Europa’s twice-daily flight from London Gatwick.
Customer numbers to Colombia have grown over latest years, with travellers enticed to Colombia by the South American nation’s spectacular pure wonders, unspoiled Caribbean seashores, magnificent colonial structure and vigorous native tradition.
Medellin, the second largest metropolis, is making a reputation for itself as a really perfect vacation spot to embrace Colombian life, significantly on a weekend when the locals let their hair right down to take pleasure in salsa or partying on the bars and eating places of the vigorous metropolis.
The brand new route marks the third new Latin American path to be launched by Air Europa in 2019, following beforehand introduced connections to Panama and Iguazu, Argentina.
The airline will now serve 22 Latin American locations, all working out of Air Europa’s hub at Madrid airport, with quick haul companies connecting in from throughout Europe.
Colin Stewart, UK director for Air Europa, mentioned: “We’re delighted to announce the launch of this new route, including a second Colombian vacation spot to our already intensive Latin American community.
“Our fashionable plane fleet, providing distinctive passenger consolation and effectivity, has proved massively fashionable with passengers and we’re trying ahead to serving extra enterprise and leisure travellers by way of these new routes.”