Monday, 28 March 2016

New budget flights to Spain planned

Norwegian (courtesy Kristin S Lilllerud)
With demand for summer holidays in Spain soaring, low cost airlines are launching new services there. Rapidly expanding Norwegian will start from Manchester and Edinburgh to Barcelona at the end of April and in mid June respectively. Then in the first week of June it will launch services from the Scottish capital to Malaga and Alicante. Also in June the low cost Spanish airline Vueling will start flying from Birmingham and Manchester to Tenerife South. As I reported on this site last week, Spanish holiday bookings are up significantly as Turkey suffers from the impact of recent terrorist attacks.

Meanwhile Berlin is to get a clutch of new flights from the UK. British Airways will start flying to the German capital in June from London City Airport. And Flybe is to launch services there from Cardiff when it switches to its winter schedule on October 30.

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