Vueling will operate a new route in winter season connecting Copenhagen to Malaga with two weekly flights. Vueling already connects Copenhagen – Barcelona twelve times per week.
The air connections between Denmark and Barcelona operated by Vueling have been well received by the Danish market in its first four of months of operation.
Since January 28th, when the airline began operating the Copenhagen-Barcelona route, Vueling has carried more than 36,000 passengers, which represents a positive load factor. The airline expects to maintain this level of occupancy during the entire summer season, for which Vueling has launched ore than 138,000 tickets.
Vueling connects Copenhagen to Barcelona with twelve weekly flights and thanks to the connecting flights via Barcelona-El Prat Airport Danish passengers will be able to fly from Copenhagen to Baleares, Canarias and south of Spain. Due the favorable reception of Vueling by Danish market, the airline will operate a new route in winter season connecting Copenhagen to Malaga.
In winter 2012, from October 31st, Vueling will operate 2 daily flights Copenhagen – Barcelona and 2 weekly flights (Wednesday and Saturday) from Copenhagen to Málaga.
More than 40 destinations
Danish passengers can access a wealth of onward connections via Vueling’s successful Barcelona Hub operations, currently accessing more than 40 destinations throughout Europe and North-Africa, including the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza, as well as Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Malta, Malaga, Rome and Naples, with full through baggage check-in from the origin to final destination.