Wednesday 30th of September 2015
Spanish Airline Vueling has announced that it will be launching extra flights as part of its summer 2016 programme from Cardiff Airport, Wales. The extra flights will offer an extra 30,000 seats to popular Spanish destinations including Malaga, Palma Majorca, Barcelona and Alicante.
Flights to Malaga and Alicante will be operating four times per week throughout the whole year; flights to Palma Majorca will be operating three times a week, beginning on March 28 2016 and then four times per week between June and September. Passengers can also travel to Barcelona up to three times per week from March 25 2016.
Anyone wishing to book on to one of the new Vueling flights from Cardiff Airport are encouraged to book early to benefit from cheaper air fares and more selection. Winter 2015 flights have also been released on sale for passengers wishing to experience a spot of Spanish winter sun.
Debra Barber, managing director at Cardiff Airport, said:
“It’s very positive to see another one of our key airlines responding to the needs of the Welsh public. Vueling has been operating from Cardiff for four years now and as such passengers have become more familiar with the airline, its routes and the value for money it offers.
“During this time the airline has seen passenger numbers increase with particularly strong load factors during the past 3 months which is reflected in its decision to put on extra flights for summer 2016. We look forward to another successful season with Vueling and welcoming both Welsh and Spanish passengers through the terminal.”