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Air Europa to Launch Seasonal Boston Flight

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Air Europa to Launch Seasonal Boston Flight

Air Europa to Launch Seasonal Boston Flight
November 16
14:45 2016

MIAMI— Spanish carrier Air Europa sums its third destination in the United States with seasonal flights to Boston, starting on June 14th, 2017, and ending on September 8.

The flight, to be operated by a 299-seat Airbus A330-200, will be served three times a week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The flight will leave Madrid at 15:30 and will arrive to Boston at 17:20. The return flight will leave Boston at 23:40 and will arrive to Madrid the next day at 12:30, all local times.

According to the airline, the arrival to Madrid will allow travelers a seamless connection to Air Europa’s domestic and European destinations.

Boston will become Air Europa’s third destination in the United States after Miami and New York, and it will be the 20th destination served by the carrier in the Americas. Air Europa is also adding three routes from Madrid: to Guayaquil, Ecuador, and Cordoba, Argentina, starting in December, and to San Pedro Sula, Honduras,  starting in late December.

2016 has been a positive year for Air Europa in terms of expansion to new destinations in the Americas such as Bogota, Colombia, and in terms of growth in markets such as the United States, in which the carrier has seen a growth rate of 3,9% YOY, equivalent to almost 180,000 travelers.
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