The low-cost airline Volotea launches flights to Malaga, its 2nd destination from Bordeaux airport, starting from 22nd June.
Just to remind you, the airline company also announced flights to Venice Marco Polo three times per week.
Seats are on sale now from €19 one way, tax included.
Bordeaux, 15th March 2012. – Volotea, the low-cost airline of European regional capitals and cities
today put tickets on sale for the Bordeaux-Malaga line, which has become Volotea’s second line from Bordeaux airport, in addition to the line to Venice Marco Polo.
Volotea will therefore be the only airline company to operate this line, encouraging links and exchanges between Bordeaux and the South of Spain.
Tickets are only available at volotea.com, from today from €19 one way, tax included, for a period from June to the end of the summer season inclusive. The number of tickets on sale is therefore limited.
Initially, the Malaga line will operate every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 22nd June. The timetable is
|starting from June 22nd||Departure||Arrival||Departure||Arrival|
|Mon., Thur., Wed.||08.50||10.30||10.55||12.35|
3 FLIGHTS A WEEK TO VENICE MARCO POLO
From 25th April, Volotea will also operate 3 flights per week between Bordeaux and Venice, each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Taking off from Bordeaux at 8.50 and arriving at Venice Marco Polo at 10.35.
Today, their spokesperson, Loredana Tramontano, international public relations manager for Volotea, said:
“We are happy to already be launching a 2nd route from Bordeaux to Malaga and to offer the people of Bordeaux and Aquitaine direct flights at low prices, avoiding the need for flights with stopovers which are costly in terms of time and money!”
THE AIRLINE FOR THE “OTHER” CAPITALS
Volotea is the new European low-cost airline which is focusing on flights between European regional capitals and towns, connecting them directly, without passing through the large transport hubs and also avoiding stopovers. Volotea provides a definite economic benefit for the cities it connects, stimulating traffic thanks to the simplicity and efficiency of direct flights.
The airline, which is based in Barcelona, will initially base 3 Boeing 717 aircraft with a capacity of 125 seats at Venice Marco Polo, from which it will run a large network of domestic and international flights from the spring.
Volotea was founded by Carlos Muñoz and Lázaro Ros, who were previously the co-founders of Vueling Airlines (today Europe’s third low-cost airline), as General Director and CEO respectively.
Corine Petton Alfons Claver
Aéroport de Bordeaux Responsable de la Communication Volotea
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