Vueling will operate 111 domestic routes from Spain in the summer of 2021
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The low-cost company of the IAG group, Vueling will operate 317 domestic and international routes during the summer season 2021. Of these, 111 routes are inland in Spain. According to the current operational program, Vueling will honor up to 1 domestic flights per week. This year it will operate with 800 domestic routes more than in the summer season 18, when it flew on 2019 domestic routes in Spain.
Of the 317 routes, 12 will be new international connections, which will link Spain to destinations such as Copenhagen and Billund (Denmark), Porto (Portugal) or London (UK).
From Barcelona, Vueling will fly on 102 routes, of which 76 are international, including four new routes: Gothenburg (Sweden), Billund (Denmark), Bergen and Stavanger (Norway).
From / to the Canary Islands, Vueling has announced 49 routes, of which 41 national and 8 international routes. As remarkable news, we have the following connections: Tenerife North - Palma de Mallorca and Porto; Gran Canaria - Santiago and Zaragoza; Fuerteventura - Alicante and Lanzarote - Palma.
From / to the Balearic Islands there will be 58 connections, of which 37 national and 12 international. Among the novelties, we note: Palma de Copenhagen and Billund (Denmark), Lanzarote, Tenerife and Almería; Ibiza with Asturias and Menorca with Asturias.
In the Basque Country, Vueling will operate 25 weekly, 16 domestic and 9 domestic flights, including on the new Bilbao - Murcia route. From Andalusia, Vueling will operate flights on 51 routes, 36 national and 15 international, and as news we note: Malaga - Billund and Copenhagen; Seville - Santiago and Almería - Palma.
Vueling President Marco Sansavini said: “Mobility recovery this summer will be essential to reactivate the economy and social life. Required to gradually lift the restrictions and to implement "health certificates" to facilitate mobility".