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Air Europa Miami 787

Now Spain’s largest privately-owned airline, Air Europa, has joined the Boeing 787 Dreamliner club with the aircraft introduction on the Madrid – Miami route.  Currently operating five times a week, it becomes a daily flight in July.

The cabin arrangement for Air Europa features 18 Business Class seats, 21 in a brand new Premium Economy arrangement, with the balance of 213 seats in Economy.  Air Europa now has 22 Dreamliners on order with the first four due by the end of 2016 and the balance by 2022 completely replacing its long haul fleet of A330s with the state of the art aircraft.

Last week Air Europa held a party in London to celebrate the sixth anniversary of what is now a twice daily service to Madrid’s Barajas Airport where it serves 36 destinations in 16 countries.  These include, non-stop, in South America, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Havana, Lima, Montevideo, Punta Cana, Salvador de Bahia, San Juan (Puerto Rico), Santa Cruz, Santiago de Chile (via Salvador de Bahía), Santo Domingo 
and Sao Paulo.

Air Europa is part of Globalia Corporation and has its headquarters in Palma de Majorca.   www.aireuropa.com

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