Passengers flying with Air Europa will get a glimpse into Spanish culture with the airline’s new plan to distribute in-flight copies of international publication, Babylon Magazine. The announcement comes after a partnership was agreed with communications group, Mediarama.
This will mark the first time an independent magazine has been offered to business class passengers on all of Air Europa’s routes between Madrid and London, New York, Caracas, Cancun, Santo Domingo, Punta Cana, Havana, Buenos Aires and Salvador de Bahia.
As Spain’s second largest airline, Air Europa flies regularly from London Gatwick to Madrid, as well as many full-service routes to other popular destinations, such as the Canary Islands and Palma de Mallora. With competitive pricing and exemplary customer service, Air Europa boasts a modern fleet and friendly staff.
The objective of Babylon Magazine is to promote contemporary Spanish culture in all its aspects. It is the only bilingual (English and Spanish) publication on Spanish culture that is distributed free internationally. With a distribution of 30,000 copies, it can be obtained in more than 15 cities worldwide, as well as leading branches of Instituto Cervantes. London, with 15,000 copies, is the city with the largest distribution.
Supplies to Air Europa flights begin with the seventh edition of Babylon Magazine, which has just been published and can be read online at www.magazinebabylon.com.