Written by Fabio Gigante.

MIAMI — It’s a year of major new developments for Spanish carrier Air Europa, with the renewal of its corporate image and the introduction of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner to up-gauge its fleet linking Madrid to Latin America, USA and the Caribbean, as well as with the launch of new routes.

This year, the carrier is celebrating its 30th anniversary with the launch of new routes from its base in Madrid. Next December, Air Europa will launch two new intercontinental flights to Guayaquil and Cordoba. The first will be officially launched on December 16, and it will be served by an Airbus 330-200 while Cordoba will be served four times a week via Asuncion, also by an Airbus A330-200.

The carrier reaffirms its commitment to improving its business class product. The company, led by Juan Jose Hidalgo launched the Tarifa Prime rate, offers the possibility to its customers of enjoying the carrier’s Business Class product at a competitive price.

Air Europa’s Business Class includes access to airport’s VIP lounges, fast-track security clearance, priority boarding and disembarking, and bonus miles on new loyalty program Air Europa SUMA, among others.

Tarifa Prime allows passengers to enjoy the improvement plan developed by the airline in an effort to enhance and consolidate its business class product in the corporate market, from a new green and sustainable menu, to be served on all Air Europa flights to new flat bed seats, now available in three of the airline’s Airbus A330, and in two Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

Next year, Air Europa will start offering Wi-Fi connectivity throughout its long-haul fleet, so passengers will be able to connect to the Internet during the flight.