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Air Europa To Offer Over 8.5 Million Seats This Summer

28 May, 2023

Air Europa To Offer Over 8.5 Million Seats This Summer

The airline is seeing increased demand and good market behavior across Europe.

On 24 May, Air Europa announced it will offer more than 8.5 million seats on flights across Europe and beyond. That’s an increase of about one million seats compared to last year’s summer, increasing availability in all its destinations, with an increase of more than 24% on domestic flights.

More offers this summer

Air Europa, the carrier based at Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD), is looking to significantly increase its seat supply throughout the summer. While facing some issues, such as a possible strike and the possibility of the European Union blocking its acquisition by IAG, the Spanish airline is optimistic about its route map.

With increased demand and good market behavior, the company will make available more than 8.5 million seats onboard its unified fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliners and Boeing 737-800s. For example, in June alone, Air Europa aims to offer 910 weekly flights on 70 city-to-city pairs across Europe.

ome routes that will receive an important boost in terms of connectivity are:

  1. Madrid-Porto, going from one weekly flight last June to 17 weekly flights this year.
  2. Madrid-Malaga, going from three to 15 weekly flights
  3. Madrid-Milan, from 14 to 21 weekly flights
  4. Madrid-Rome, from 14 to 21 weekly flights.

Other routes that were not operated last year are already on Air Europa’s system for this June, according to data from Cirium. This includes segments from Madrid to Brussels (nine weekly flights), Thira (three), Bilbao-Ibiza (three), and Sevilla-Palma de Mallorca (three).

Focusing on Europe

While all destinations have more seats available, routes to Europe and long-haul flights again have the highest capacity, with more than 2.4 million and 2 million seats, respectively. It is also worth noting the growth at the domestic level, with an addition of more than 1.6 million s The airline offers 29 destinations in Europe. Madrid, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Bilbao, and Tenerife are Air Europa’s main destinations in Spain. Elsewhere, the main cities covered are Milan, Rome, and Paris-Orly.

What about other destinations

Air Europa also has a presence in other regions globally, particularly Latin America. The airline announced that some strategic summer destinations will be reinforced with increased frequencies. In its long-distance operations, Air Europa will offer daily flights on its routes to Asunción (ASU) in Paraguay and Córdoba (COR) in Argentina. Meanwhile, the company’s flights to Medellín (MDE) will now have five weekly flights.

In Latin America and the Caribbean, Air Europa flies to 17 destinations. In June, it will offer 86 weekly flights, with the top destinations being Asunción, Bogota (BOG), Buenos Aires Ezeiza (EZE), Sao Paulo Guarulhos (GRU), Havana (HAV), Lima (LIM), and Santo Domingo (SDQ) with daily operations.

Outside of Europe and Latin America & the Caribbean, Air Europa operates 18 weekly flights to three destinations: New York John F. Kennedy, Miami, and Tel Aviv, with five, seven, and six weekly flights each.

eats, which represents an increase of more than 24% compared to 2022, the airline said in a statement.


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