Monday, 6 April 2015

Spanish carrier Vueling Airlines starts new Dublin Service

                                               
Vueling Airlines Airbus A320 
Spanish carrier Vueling Airlines has started a new service from Dublin to Barcelona operating four times weekly,  increasing to six times weekly for August , which is part of IAG, will join its sister airlines British Airways and Iberia Express, both of which already operate from Dublin Airport.

Vueling Airlines is deepen it's ties with Oneworld carrier American Airlines with a new a new connection agreement which will bring more long-haul passenger traffic to Barcelona, strengthening El Prat airport’s position as a point of entry to Europe for travellers from the United States and as a departure point for U.S.-bound passengers.

Vueling, which is based at Barcelona’s El Prat Airport, operates 325 routes at 131 airports with 700 daily flights in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Vueling will operate its new Dublin route with an Airbus A320 aircraft with 180 seats in a single class configuration. The carrier is working with the authorities to help make Barcelona a major hub for short- and medium-haul flights in Europe.

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