As of this month, Spanair will operate code share flights with Star Alliance members Egyptair and Turkish Airlines.
Spanair and Brussels Airlines have launched a strategic bilateral alliance based on codeshare agreement connecting the European capital to Spain.
Spanair and Air Europa expand their commercial cooperation based on codeshare agreement signed last March for some domestic routes. 18 additional domestic routes will be added to the previous program offering already 13 routes in connection for passengers’ benefits of both airlines.
As of now, Spanair is offering VIP parking free of charge at Madrid and Barcelona airports to passengers travelling in Business and Avant class. This service is especially designed for those passengers who need greater flexibility when they travel to the airport in their own car and with the highest comfort.
Spanair and the Star Alliance members carriers serving Barcelona airport have begun preparations for their move to the new Terminal 1 at Barcelona Airport. This follows the announcement of AENA (the Spanish national airport company) that the new terminal will open 16 June 2009 and that the Star Alliance Members will be the first to operate from this new facility.
Air Europa and Spanair and have signed a cooperation agreement that includes codesharing on their combined domestic network, enabling both carriers to offer customers improved connections and an expanded network.
Spanair has published its new Flight Schedule for the summer season, starting March 29 and running to October 24.
Spanair, the second airline in the Spanish market and the first out of Barcelona, has decided to remove the fuel surcharges on its domestic flights (as of January 28), due to lower oil prices.
Mobile check-in has landed in airports across Spain following the introduction of a paperless ticketing service by Spanish carrier Spanair Airlines. Paper boarding passes can now be replaced by an electronic 2D barcode received via MMS and stored by the passenger's mobile phone.
Spanair has reduced fuel surcharges on its flights within the Spanish mainland due to the lower oil price. Spanair will reduce surcharges by 16 EUR, representing a 45% reduction.
Spanair, the second largest airline in Spain, is now managing all its reservations, sales and inventory activity using the Amadeus Altéa Customer Management Solution (CMS). Adoption of the new generation technology platform allows Spanair to flexibly manage all its inventory, pricing, flight schedules and seat planning activity, as well as gain greater control over its sales channels.
Spanair will offer more than 3.500 scheduled flights from and to Ibiza during 2009 confirming the company’s bet to provide an adequate supply for both the island’s residents and business and leisure travellers.
Spanair’s 2008-09 Winter Schedule will operate 18 routes every week to the Canary Islands from mainland Spain, with 223 flights, together with 6 routes to the Balearics, involving a total of 254 flights.
Spanair has confirmed that 164 passengers and 9 crew were on board its flight JK5022, which was involved in an accident in Madrid today. The accident occurred at 14:45 local time during take off.
Spanair's management have presented a Redundancy Plan this month to employee representatives, due to economic, technical and organizational reasons, which affects up to 954 full-time positions, equivalent to a maximum of 1.062 Spanair employees and a maximum of 131 Fuerza de Ventas staff.
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