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Ryanair to sell add on Air Europa flights

25th May 2017 - 1:30pm

Javier Hidalgo (CEO Globalia Group) and Michael O’Leary (CEO Ryanair)

Javier Hidalgo (CEO Globalia Group) and Michael O’Leary (CEO Ryanair)

Ryanair has announced a new flight partnership with Air Europa, which will allow their 130m customers to book Air Europa long haul flights on the Ryanair.com website.   Customers can browse and book Air Europa flights on 20 long haul routes from Madrid to 16 countries in North, Central and South America, including Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico and the United States.   This new Air Europa partnership is the latest initiative delivered under Year 4 of Ryanair’s ‘Always Getting Better’ customer experience programme, and follows the launch of Ryanair’s connecting flight service via Rome Fiumicino last week.

The second phase of this Air Europa partnership will be launched later this year and will allow Ryanair customers to connect onto Air Europa long haul flights through Madrid.   Ryanair is continuing their discussions with a number of other long haul airlines on potential feed and connecting flight partnerships.   “We are pleased to announce this exciting partnership with Air Europa, which allows our customers to browse and book flights on 20 long routes from Madrid to exciting cities in Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico and the USA on the Ryanair.com website.   Ryanair operates over 50 short haul routes to/from Madrid and now our customers can book flights on  Air Europa long haul routes to destinations including Buenos Aires, Havana and New York.

This partnership is the latest AGB enhancement as we continue our journey to becoming the ‘Amazon of Travel’.   We continue to speak to a number of other long haul airlines about potential connecting flight partnerships and we look forward to offering our 130m customers an even greater choice and range of long haul services in 2018,”said Michael O’Leary (CEO Ryanair).


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