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BA anticipates return to profit driven by premium travel

BA anticipates return to profit driven by premium travel

6 May 2022 Airline News

IAG, parent company of Aer Lingus, British Airways and Iberia, reports that the easing of Covid controls has improved demand in the first quarter, especially from premium travel. Strong customer demand is expected to drive profitability from the second quarter onwards.

IAG launches Vueling Club to frequent fliers

IAG launches Vueling Club to frequent fliers

13 October 2017 Airline News

Vueling has announced the launch of its new customer loyalty programme, Vueling Club, in partnership with Avios. The new programme replaces Vueling’s previous Punto programme and offers members new benefits including free flights and more ways to get points from travel and everyday purchases.

New head of alliance for Vueling

New head of alliance for Vueling

8 September 2017 Airline News

Vueling has appointed Nick Ashton to the role of head of alliances. The newly created position, linked to Vueling Next, has a remit to maximise existing relationships and develop the company’s alliances strategy with a focus on customer experience and commercial optimisation.

Iberia expands Madrid-Barcelona air bridge with Vueling partnership

Iberia expands Madrid-Barcelona air bridge with Vueling partnership

13 February 2017 Airline News

Iberia has unveiled its new walk-on air shuttle service between Madrid and Barcelona, known as the Puente Aéreo. The airline hopes the redesigned service will maintain its existing advantages, while adding flexibility, new facilities for customers, and more flights to choose from, thanks to the agreement reached with Vueling to operate this route jointly.

Qatar Airways signs codeshare deal with Vueling

Qatar Airways signs codeshare deal with Vueling

18 August 2016 Airline News

Qatar Airways has signed a code-share partnership with Vueling Airlines, offering passengers enhanced travel across Europe from today. The news comes as the Middle Eastern carrier expands its stake in Vueling-owner IAG to 20 per cent.