Air Europa is delighted to sponsor three world-class Spanish and Latin American events in London. The exciting and unique programme kicks off this week with Camablache – One Night in Argentina (MC Motors, Dalston, 17th-18th April); followed by The London Spanish Film Festival Spring Weekend (Cine Lumiere, London, 25th-28th April), and Gaucho Polo (O2 Arena, 21st May).
Guests across London will indulge their senses as they enjoy wine, sport and culture to a backdrop infused with the flavours and rhythms of Spain and Latin America.
The award-winning Latin American specialist airline is renowned for making this vibrant region accessible to British and European travellers, with highly competitive prices, quick connection times and generous baggage allowance. All backed up by one of the world’s most modern fleet of aircraft and 25 years’ experience offering the highest standards of customer service.
Likewise, as Spain’s largest privately owned airline, Air Europa is proud to connect London to Madrid and beyond with a twice-daily service from Gatwick.
In under two hours, passengers can be in Spain’s sophisticated capital city.
Visitors are enthralled by the stunning architecture, exquisite gastronomy and high culture of this bustling metropolis. Madrid is also one of the world’s business and shopping capitals. Additionally, the route offers British-based travellers quick connections for the airline’s long-haul operations to Latin America.
Colin Stewart, UK General Manager for Air Europa, says: “As the airline of choice to Latin America and as Spain’s leading private airline, we are at the forefront of supporting occasions such as these. Just as we strive to connect our passengers to Latin America and Spain with excellence in all areas of the flying experience, this spring we are very pleased to bring world-class Latin American and Spanish events to Britain’s capital city.”
Colin adds: “Air Europa is the gateway for British and European passengers to reach a huge range of destinations across Spain and Latin America, and the variety of these events reflects this.”