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Air Europa reforça a sua rota para Tel Aviv

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Companhia passará a operar um total de seis frequências semanais na região

A Air Europa, divisão aérea do grupo Globalia, continua investindo em suas operações em Tel Aviv.  Corroborando o compromisso firmado na última IMTM, única feira profissional da indústria do turismo de Israel e a mais importante de turismo e viagens da região do Mediterrâneo Oriental, a companhia acaba de ampliar o número de voos para o principal centro econômico do referido País.

A companhia, que já marcava presença às segundas, quartas e sextas-feiras, e também aos domingos, a partir de agora voará às terças-feiras. E, no início de julho deste ano, ainda terá frequência às quintas-feiras. Além disso, a empresa expandirá a presença da frota Dreamliner na região, com a utilização de um Boeing 787 em quatro frequências, que serão operadas na alta temporada (de julho a outubro/17). Nos outros dois dias, um 737-800 estará na rota.

A Air Europa transportou durante o primeiro trimestre de 2017 mais de 13 mil passageiros para Tel Aviv, registrando uma ocupação média de 80%.

Sobre a Air Europa

Fundada em 1986, a Air Europa Linhas Aéreas é membro da aliança global Skyteam. É a única companhia aérea espanhola privada com mais de 25 anos de experiência em voos regulares e integra a rede Globalia, 3º maior grupo europeu de turismo e 1º da Espanha. Sua frota de 48 aeronaves (passageiros e carga) voa para 48 destinos – 15 nas Américas, 13 na Europa/Norte da África e 20 na Espanha. Há doze anos no Brasil, opera dez voos semanais para Madri: sete a partir de Guarulhos (SP), diário, e três de Salvador (BA), às terças, quintas e sábados. Em 2015, a empresa lançou sua nova imagem ao mercado como parte integrante do plano de consolidar-se como referência mundial do setor em modernidade, eficiência, eficácia e qualidade. Mais informações sobre a Air Europa podem ser encontradas no site www.aireuropa.com.

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