Ryanair has announced the extension of its flight partnership with Air Europa.
From today, customers can browse and book Air Europa connecting flights from 15 European cities to Madrid and onward to 16 countries in North, Central and South America, including Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico and the United States.
The next phase of the Air Europa partnership will be launched later this year and will allow Ryanair customers to connect onto Air Europa long haul flights through Madrid.
Ryanair chief marketing officer, Kenny Jacobs, said: “Ryanair is pleased to extend our partnership with Air Europa.
“Millions of customers can now book Air Europa flights from over 15 European cities to Madrid, and onwards to more than 20 long-haul destinations across the Americas.”
Ryanair said it was also continuing discussions with a number of other long-haul airlines on potential feed and connecting flight partnerships.
Javier Hidalgo, chief executive of Air Europa-owner Globalia Group, said: “We are satisfied with the partnership’s successful development which has placed Air Europa at the forefront and has significantly strengthened its competitiveness in the sector.
“We continue to renew our fleet.
“Both long-haul, with the incorporation of the new Boeing 787-9, the most efficient plane in existence today; and middle and short haul with the progressive arrival of three new Boeing 737-800 this year.
“Air Europa has one of the most modern and young fleets in the world and has made them available to all the Irish airline’s clients, offering them the best value for money in flights.”