Air Europa resumed its connections with Miami and New York in June, thus restoring its network of flights with the United States. Both lines will be operated by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the most modern and efficient model in its fleet (Iberia and Air Europe sweep through Barajas in the long term).
With three weekly flights (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday), Globalia will resume flights to Miami on June 12. It will do the same with New York from the 25th of the same month, also with three flights per week (Wednesday, Friday and Sunday).
He adds that the time period for both operations facilitates, upon the arrival of flights at Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport, “a fast and good connection with a good part of the airline’s domestic and European flights.”
Likewise, he highlights that her return to the United States is due to her commitment to “gradually increase communication and flight options for her passengers, as restrictions are canceled on the condition that maximum safety is guaranteed.”
The airline has made a new fare structure available to passengers “so that they can adapt the flight to their needs” and has revised its flexibility policy.