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Monarch adds flights from Manchester to Almeria this winter

8th December 2010 Print

In response to the growing demand that is being seen for flights to and from Spain, leading leisure airline Monarch has added flights from Manchester to Almeria this winter season.

From 10th February 2011 Monarch will operate a weekly flight from Manchester to Almeria in the Andalucia region of Spain, in addition to the three flights a week it operates during the summer season. The flights will operate each Thursday and add an extra 3,000 seats in to the market, enabling Monarch customers to take full advantage of getting away this winter season.

The new flights are available to book now via with fares starting from just £49.99 one way including taxes and charges.

Commenting on the additional flights this winter, Managing Director of Monarch Airlines, Tim Jeans said, “We’ve seen huge demand for flights to Mainland Spain this year, with record breaking passenger and load factors recorded over the past few months. This demand has continued in to the winter season and these additional services are in direct response to this. Our customers continue to chose our low fares and high quality service and these additional seats provide an even greater choice of low fare flights for those that haven’t yet booked their winter get-away.”

Monarch operates scheduled flights from Birmingham, Gatwick, Luton and Manchester to a number of destinations throughout Mainland Spain, the Balearic and Canary Islands, Portugal, Gibraltar, Cyprus and Turkey. In addition to year-round low fares, Monarch also offers a range of hot and cold meals that can be pre-booked or purchased onboard with prices from £3.00. Seats can be pre-booked from £7.50 per one-way flight to avoid the last minute free-for-all experienced on some other airlines, or from only £15, extra-legroom seats are available, which offer up to six inches of extra space.

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