Vueling seeks to participate in the boom in bookings from Germany to spend the Easter holidays in the Balearic Islands and has announced this morning the commercialization of five new connections between that country and the islands. Specifically, it will bring tourists to Palma de Mallorca, between March 26 and April 11, from Düsseldorf, Hannover, Berlin, Munich and Stuttgart.
The IAG airline will offer more than 7,900 seats on the 44 flights of this health corridor to the Balearic Islands, while offering 49 routes between the islands and the peninsula. In fact, Vueling assures that it has doubled its capacity on domestic flights to island areas, with more than 500 weekly flights.
The company that presides Marco Sansavini thus responds to the offensives launched by Lufthansa and Easyjet once Germany removed different Spanish regions, including the Balearic Islands, from its risk map for coronavirus. The highest growth in the low cost It is produced at the Barcelona-El Prat base, where it operates 58 national and international routes (600 flights a week). From this main base, Vueling It will begin connecting in June with Helsinki (two weekly frequencies) and the Italian city of Ancona (two flights a week).
Already in the domestic market, in this summer season the Palma de Mallorca-Tenerife routes are released (flight on Tuesdays and Saturdays from March 27); while Gran Canaria will connect with Zaragoza (one frequency a week from June 5) and Santiago de Compostela (three weekly frequencies from June 1)