In addition to the route inaugurated on the 25th of March, between the cities of Pamplona and Madrid, which offers 3 daily flights from Monday to Friday, with times adapted to the needs of business passengers, and a weekend flight each-way, Spanair will be offering as from the 4th of May and the 6th of June, new routes between Pamplona and South Tenerife, and Pamplona and Palma de Mallorca, which will feature a weekly flight especially for leisure passengers.
From 25 March, Spanair will link the city of Pamplona with Madrid, offering 3 daily flights from Monday to Friday, with times adapted to the requirements of business travellers, and one weekend flight each-way.
On the 10th of April, Spanair will increase operations on the Madrid-Gerona route, launched on the 29th of January 2007, offering 3 daily weekday flights between the two cities, with times adapted to the requirements of business passengers. Likewise, the weekend service on this route is also being improved, with an increased Sunday service.
As part of its ongoing international expansion plan, on the 20th of May Spanair will launch 3 new routes, between Casablanca and Madrid, Algiers and Madrid and Algiers and Barcelona.
From the 1st of July this year, Spanair will have a new location at Terminal 2 in Madrid Barajas Airport. The new area will have exclusive check-in desks for Business Avant passengers, as well as more "easy check- in machines", and also a new Sales Office.
On the 29th of January, Spanair launched an innovative system that makes the booking of tickets on-line easier and quicker offering numerous advantages for the user of spanair.com. The new website is available in both Spanish and Catalan.
From the 1st of April, Spanair will continue with its international expansion by connecting the cities of Barcelona and Munich, initially offering one daily flight and then adding a second one from the 15th of April.
Spanair is adding a new frequency to their scheduled flights between Madrid and Copenhagen, with an offer of 3 daily services starting from the 13th of April - one in code share operated by SAS - between the two European capitals.
With the recent launch of the new route between Almeria and Madrid, the Company hopes to provide a service to 44 percent of Almeria airport's total traffic.
Spanair has launched a web-based service allowing passengers to keep abreast of the status of delayed luggage, without the need to make any telephone calls.
The beginning of operations on this route, aimed at both business and holiday travellers, confirms the company as the best alternative in Spanish air transport.
With the recent launching of new routes between Granada and the cities of Madrid and Barcelona, the Company strengthens its position in Andalusia.
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