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Low-cost airlines increase air tickets prices to Spanish destinations this summer

Low-cost airlines increase air tickets prices to Spanish destinations this summer

3 May 2024 Press Release Airline News

Low-cost air routes fares, which currently represent 68.5% of the number of seats available on flights from and to Spain, are pushing up flight prices for 2024 summer season, based on an analysis by Mabrian, the global travel intelligence company. Although average prices on conventional airlines continue to be higher, the price increase is greater on low-cost airlines: this represents a shift in the global trend detected between 2021 and 2023, when legacy carriers’ fares grew 40% -while low-cost did a 6%, incrementing air tickets prices.

easyJet celebrates the opening of its new base in Alicante

easyJet celebrates the opening of its new base in Alicante

9 April 2024 Press Release Airline News Tourism News

easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, celebrated the opening of its new base at Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández airport, a step that further strengthens its presence in Spain, where it now has 4 bases. The first flight operated by Alicante based aircraft and crew took off on Sunday 31 March at 6.00 am to Glasgow with Captain Daniel Ankerso in command.

Norwegian Expands Munich Flights to Spanish Hotspots

Norwegian Expands Munich Flights to Spanish Hotspots

5 April 2024 Press Release Airline News

Norwegian Airlines announces the expansion of its flight offerings from Munich, adding two Spanish destinations, Alicante and Malaga, to its schedule effective April. Amid the ongoing recovery from COVID-19 disruptions, the airline’s subsidiary, Norwegian Air Sweden, operating under the code “D8,” will introduce flights to Alicante twice a week and Malaga thrice weekly, aiming to cater to the increasing demand from German travelers seeking sun-soaked beaches and vibrant city life.

What’s New at Paradores: Spain’s State-Run Luxury Hotel Network of Historic and Cultural Hotels

What’s New at Paradores: Spain’s State-Run Luxury Hotel Network of Historic and Cultural Hotels

As 2024 unfolds, Paradores, Spain’s state-run luxury hotel network of 97 historic and cultural hotels, unveils a host of developments, from new openings and significant renovations to engaging new experiences and tours. With hotels spanning converted monasteries, Moorish fortresses, and medieval castles, as well as some exceptional modern properties, Paradores continues to help British holidaymakers explore Spain’s rich culture, celebrated gastronomy and natural beauty.

Aguas de Ibiza Grand Luxe Hotel Reopens With New Gastronomy Proposition

Aguas de Ibiza Grand Luxe Hotel Reopens With New Gastronomy Proposition

The luxurious Aguas de Ibiza Grand Luxe Hotel reopens for the 2024 season with a new Peruvian group dining proposition to complement its existing eco-wellness offering. Ideally located in the vibrant Santa Eulalia region, the 5-star hotel comprises 145 airy and spacious rooms and suites, many of which offer breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Barcelona: A Pioneer in Sustainable Tourism Emerges as Europe’s Premier Destination

Barcelona: A Pioneer in Sustainable Tourism Emerges as Europe’s Premier Destination

19 January 2024 Press Release Tourism News

Over the years, Barcelona has undertaken numerous sustainable initiatives, transforming itself into one of Europe’s most environmentally conscious cities. Significantly, the city is a proud signatory of the Glasgow Declaration, demonstrating its dedication to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Barcelona also holds the distinguished title of the world’s first Biosphere City, underscoring its unwavering commitment to shaping a sustainable future.

Ahead of FITUR TourReview unveils Spain’s ten best-rated travel destinations in 2023

Ahead of FITUR TourReview unveils Spain’s ten best-rated travel destinations in 2023

Ahead of FITUR, TourReview reveals Spain’s best-rated destinations in 2023, backed by over 1.9 million reviews from platforms including TripAdvisor, Google, GetYourGuide, Expedia, and Viator. TourReview’s report highlights the fragmented tours and activities sector, emphasising the pivotal role of reviews in guiding travellers.