Air Europa adds 11 aircraft to its fleet, including five Boeing 787s

The capacity expansion of long-haul flights is particularly significant. Of the five Boeing 787s that Air Europa is adding to its fleet, four are leased from Norse Atlantic Airways. This new Norwegian airline has recently had to adjust its plans and is moving part of its fleet to Air Europa.

In addition to commissioning additional Boeing 787s, Air Europa will gradually add six Boeing 737s to its fleet in the coming months. These aircraft are intended for domestic and intra-European flights.

In the course of this year, Air Europa will maintain a network of 23 destinations on the American continent from its home base in Madrid. For the first time, the number of distant destinations has returned to the level it was before the corona outbreak. Air Europa specializes in flights to Latin America and operates several routes to North America.

The long-haul flights connect in Madrid with flights to 33 destinations in Europe. From Schiphol, Air Europa flies to Madrid twice a day, usually with Boeing 787s.

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