Vueling, the leader in the Barcelona-El Prat Airport company, debuts this August six new routes from Tenerife North Airport, five domestic to Alicante, Santander, Santiago de Compostela, Valencia and Zaragoza and an International to Paris (Orly). In total, the company will operate this summer eleven direct destinations from Tenerife North Airport.
The first of these six new routes, Tenerife – Alicante, will begin operations this Sunday, August 2nd. VY1390 flight, with 165 passengers, will leave at 5:55 Alicante to land at Tenerife North Airport at 8:10 local time in the archipelago. The return to the flight VY1391 in traveling 140 passengers, will leave the Canary Island at 8:45 to land in Alicante at 12:35, Eastern Time.
Vueling will connect the highest demand season of the year in different cities of tourist interest in the peninsula, from the rural and gastronomic option in northern cities; family tourism in the east coast, or alternative monumental Aragon. In addition, Vueling operate the first international route from Tenerife North to Paris, without doubt, one of the European capitals with a high tourist demand. In addition, both the route to Paris and direct links to Alicante, Santander, Santiago de Compostela and Valencia, also expand its operations during the next winter season.
Timing and frequency of the new routes
|Tenerife – Alicante New!
||Two weekly flights (miécoles and Sunday)
|Tenerife – Santiago de Comp. New!
||2 times a week (Monday and Friday)
|Tenerife – Valencia New!
||2 weekly frequencies (Tuesday and Saturday)
|Tenerife – Paris (Orly) New!
||1 weekly (Sunday)
|Tenerife – Santander New!
||1 weekly (Monday)
|Tenerife – Zaragoza New!
||1 weekly (Thursday)
|Tenerife – A Coruña
||2 weekly frequencies
|Tenerife – Barcelona
||Two daily frequencies
|Tenerife – Bilbao
||4 weekly flights
|Tenerife – Malaga
||6 weekly flights
|Tenerife – Sevilla
||9 weekly frequencies
About Vueling Tenerife
Vueling began operations in Tenerife in 2009 with the direct route to Barcelona, and today now totals eleven direct destinations from Tenerife North Airport, where it has a 12% market share, plus a direct connection to Barcelona from Tenerife South Airport. Six years later, the company has transported to the Canary Islands more than two million passengers.
Peak summer season 2015
Vueling faces its eleventh peak summer season with greater operational history. The company made more than 60,000 flights between June and September, by selling more than eleven million seats, 13% more than in 2014.
Vueling was born in July 2004 with a fleet of two Airbus A320, four paths and aim to offer customers at competitive prices with excellent service. Eleven years later, the company operates 366 routes to over 160 destinations in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and has a fleet of over 100 aircraft based at 22 airports. This year 2015 has been named best company low cost by the prestigious international publication Air Transport News and Agenttravel.
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