Air Europa has launched its new route from Madrid to Veradero, Cuba.
The flight, on-board an Airbus 330-200, will operate until August 25th, with two weekly fights.
The operation of the new route will also enable excellent connection through the airline’s hub in Madrid, with the rest of the airline’s domestic and European destinations.
With this latest destination, Air Europa reinforces its presence in Cuba, where it already operates a daily flight to Havana, and pursues its strategic growth through the American continent with the aim to reposition itself as the growing airline between American and Europe.
Currently, Air Europa offers direct flights to other Caribbean destinations including Santo Domingo, San Juan de Puerto Rico, Cancun and Punta Cana and flies non-stop from Madrid to Caracas, Lima, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Salvador de Bahia, Sao Paulo, Montevideo, Asuncion, Bogota and Buenos Aires; as well as New York and Miami.
By the end of the year Air Europa will inaugurate a new route to the Ecuadorian city of Guayaquil in addition to the Argentine city of Cordoba, via Asuncion (Paraguay).