Vueling flies non-stop to Mallorca

Airbus A319 (Photo: René Steuer).
Airbus A319 (Photo: René Steuer).

Vueling flies non-stop to Mallorca

Airbus A319 (Photo: René Steuer).
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The airline, which belongs to the IAG group, is resuming non-stop connections between Germany and Mallorca.

The airline is expanding its range of flights to Palma. A total of five German routes will be served by the low-cost airline during the Easter holidays, including the airports in Düsseldorf, Hanover, Berlin, Munich and Stuttgart. In addition, the carrier will tackle two new connections from Barcelona-El Prat from June: Helsinki and Ancona (Italy) will be connected to the airport twice a week, like fvw.de reported. From Barcelona, ​​the company offers a total of 58 national and international routes.

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