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  • November 05, 2018 10:40:09 AM
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    Vueling to consider a new route between Murcia and Barcelona

    IAG (International Airlines Group), the parent company of Vueling, recently held a meeting to discuss a proposal from Murcia’s minister of public works. This included a potential new route between Murcia and Barcelona. Both Patricio Valverde and the secretary general of the ministry, Yolanda Muñoz, believe there is currently sufficient demand to establish a new… Read more about Vueling to consider a new route between Murcia and Barcelona The post Vueling to consider a new route...

    IAG (International Airlines Group), the parent company of Vueling, recently held a meeting to discuss a proposal from Murcia’s minister of public works. This included a potential new route between Murcia and Barcelona. Both Patricio Valverde and the secretary general of the ministry, Yolanda Muñoz, believe there is currently sufficient demand to establish a new route to and from Corvera Murcia Airport. This is based on estimates that 65 per cent of the passengers who currently use the Alicante to Barcelona route actually have Murcia region of Murcia as their destination, or place of origin.

    Several other potential routes were also discussed by IAG, although the Barcelona route was agreed to have the most commercial possibilities, using it as a hub to reach more places throughout Spain and across the world. In addition, IAG discussed how to take advantage of the number of people travelling to and from the region, with a potential for 4.5 million passengers.

    Jet2 have also recently announced plans for new routes, with another two flying into Corvera Murcia Airport. This is the key time of year when many airlines start to plan ahead for summer 2020 scheduling, and Corvera Murcia Airport is expecting an increase in routes. Click here to find out more.

    Vueling is a popular Spanish airline based in Barcelona, offering low-cost flights to over 130 destinations across the world. This includes major cities in Spain, Europe, northern Africa and the Middle East. IAG are also the owners of other leading airlines, including British Airways, Aer Lingus, Level and Ibera.

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    Corvera Airport in New Talks to Promote Tourism in Murcia

    This week Corvera Murcia Airport managers have held top-level discussions with municipal tourism representatives to look at joint ideas to increase tourism in Murcia. Talks between Pedro García Rex (councillor for employment, economic promotion and tourism) and Mario Gómez (development) and Mariano Menor and Pedro Gallup (director and manager, respectively, of Corvera Murcia Airport) addressed common… Read more about Corvera Airport in New Talks to Promote Tourism in Murcia The post...

    This week Corvera Murcia Airport managers have held top-level discussions with municipal tourism representatives to look at joint ideas to increase tourism in Murcia.

    Talks between Pedro García Rex (councillor for employment, economic promotion and tourism) and Mario Gómez (development) and Mariano Menor and Pedro Gallup (director and manager, respectively, of Corvera Murcia Airport) addressed common projects that aim to promote tourism in Murcia on an international level.

    The talks focused on how Murcia and the airport can play more of a role in the local tourist industry. Airport delegates outlined efforts to expand the existing routes offered and also to increase the number of passengers.

    According to García Rex, “This first contact between Murcia City Council and the region’s international airport should serve to lay the foundations of future joint projects that promote Murcia’s tourist image internationally.”

    The post Corvera Airport in New Talks to Promote Tourism in Murcia appeared first on Corvera Airport Travel.


    Jet2 To Fly From Stansted and Birmingham into Corvera for Summer 2020

    New Jet2 Routes for 2020 Birmingham (BHX) – Corvera Murcia (RMU) Stansted (STN) – Corvera Murcia (RMU) Jet2 have recently announced their recent expansion plans and, of the 19 new routes introduced, two will fly into Corvera Murcia Airport. Up until this point Jet2 have been operating flights into Murcia from Manchester and Leeds Bradford.… Read more about Jet2 To Fly From Stansted and Birmingham into Corvera for Summer 2020 The post Jet2 To Fly From Stansted and Birmingham...

    New Jet2 Routes for 2020

    • Birmingham (BHX) – Corvera Murcia (RMU)
    • Stansted (STN) – Corvera Murcia (RMU)

    Jet2 have recently announced their recent expansion plans and, of the 19 new routes introduced, two will fly into Corvera Murcia Airport.

    Up until this point Jet2 have been operating flights into Murcia from Manchester and Leeds Bradford. The Leeds Bradford service currently runs twice a week and will continue until Friday 1 November when the route takes a break for the winter until Monday 30 March when it resumes. The Manchester route currently has four weekly services into Corvera Murcia and this continues until the end of September when the service drops one weekly route and continues with three weekly services until 1 November. Again, this route will take a winter hiatus until 30 March when it resumes.

    For summer 2020 Jet2 have introduced new connections with Birmingham (BHX) and London Stansted (STN).

    From Friday 22 May there will be two weekly services from Birmingham airport. These services will operate on a Friday and Monday and are currently available via the Jet2 website.

    As of Friday 1 May there will also be two weekly services starting from London Stansted, operating on a Friday and Monday. By the time most of the school summer holidays start on Wednesday 22 July, there will be a third weekly service added from Stansted on a Wednesday. These are also on sale now.

     

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    Airlines Think Ahead To Summer 2020 Schedules

    Around this time of the year airlines are planning ahead to 2020 summer scheduling, and Corvera Murcia Airport expects to see an increase in operating routes. The regional tourism board is working with the airport operator Aena to increase the variety and number of flights operating in and out of Corvera Murcia Airport. While the… Read more about Airlines Think Ahead To Summer 2020 Schedules The post Airlines Think Ahead To Summer 2020 Schedules appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    Around this time of the year airlines are planning ahead to 2020 summer scheduling, and Corvera Murcia Airport expects to see an increase in operating routes.

    The regional tourism board is working with the airport operator Aena to increase the variety and number of flights operating in and out of Corvera Murcia Airport. While the airport has experienced a reduced number of users over the last few months, according to reports and expectations, this was always anticipated during the first year of operation. Since welcoming its first travellers, Corvera Murcia Airport has successfully taken over the operations of many flights that had previously used San Javier Airport.

    There may well be travellers who have since taken to flying into Alicante-Elche Airport, for distance reasons, but the scope and projected expansion of Corvera Murcia Airport is still highly anticipated. The current expectation is that winter 2019 and summer 2020 schedules will feature more routes in and out of Murcia. An example of a proposed route to be introduced is one from Murcia to Barcelona. Negotiations with Vueling continue but there is already sufficient interest confirmed for this route, so it should be a welcome addition to the schedules.

    Among other new routes planned is an increased number of flights between Murcia and London and Birmingham.

    The post Airlines Think Ahead To Summer 2020 Schedules appeared first on Corvera Airport Travel.


    Ryanair Sun Rebrands to Buzz

    Ryanair Sun is a subsidiary of Ryanair and is based in Warsaw (Poland). As a sister arm of the Ryanair airline, Ryanair Sun was launched in 2017, offering charter flights. In autumn 2019 Ryanair Sun will rebrand as Buzz, operating on a Polish Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC). The Buzz brand itself isn’t new. It was… Read more about Ryanair Sun Rebrands to Buzz The post Ryanair Sun Rebrands to Buzz appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    Ryanair Sun is a subsidiary of Ryanair and is based in Warsaw (Poland). As a sister arm of the Ryanair airline, Ryanair Sun was launched in 2017, offering charter flights.

    In autumn 2019 Ryanair Sun will rebrand as Buzz, operating on a Polish Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC).

    The Buzz brand itself isn’t new. It was acquired by Ryanair in April 2003 when it took control of the brand from the UK budget airline KLM UK. It was operated by KLM and more recently by Ryanair between 2000 and 2004. Ryanair still has the rights to the Buzz name and brand.

    The autumn launch will include a new website and app for the airline, with Polish customers being able to book Ryanair flights. So far Ryanair Sun has been increasing operations for flights originating in Poland, with ongoing plans to increase the number of flights and aircraft to approximately 25 this summer.

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    Keeping Your Cool When Flying

    By Wednesday afternoon in Jumilla, in the north of Murcia, temperatures were already topping 35 degrees. While it may not be the hottest part of the country at the moment (that prize goes to the Basque Country), the heatwave is expected to last through the week and into the weekend. As the anticipated heatwave swelters… Read more about Keeping Your Cool When Flying The post Keeping Your Cool When Flying appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    By Wednesday afternoon in Jumilla, in the north of Murcia, temperatures were already topping 35 degrees. While it may not be the hottest part of the country at the moment (that prize goes to the Basque Country), the heatwave is expected to last through the week and into the weekend.

    As the anticipated heatwave swelters through the country and makes its presence more than felt in Murcia, we’ve got some top tips on keeping your cool when flying.

    1) Wear loose and light-coloured clothing and take layers…

    Light-coloured clothing reflects the light and has a more cooling effect than dark-coloured clothing. It is also advisable to take a light second layer for use on the plane, as once the air-conditioning kicks in you might feel quite a contrast from the heat outside – and the change in temperature could be uncomfortable.

    2) Board last…

    Quite often, the most sweltering part of travelling through an airport is the potential waiting time on the jetway. As you stand in the glass tube waiting to board, there may be no chance of moving or going anywhere to avoid the heat. Boarding last gives you the best chance to spend the minimum amount of time on the jetway.

    3) Leave enough time to get through the airport..

    There is nothing worse than already feeling incredibly hot and then having to rush through an airport, raising blood pressure and feeling increasingly hot and agitated. Give yourself ample time to navigate at a comfortable pace through the airport, making use of any air-conditioned spaces.

    4) Keep some travel wipes or wet wipes handy…

    For a quick chance to freshen up and to benefit from a swipe of lemony freshness as you travel, keep wet wipes handy. The combination of cool wet wipe and refreshing aroma could be a quick fix and antidote to sweaty discomfort.

    5) Carry a hat and some sunscreen…

    If you need to be outside for any part of your journey, a hat to keep the beating sun off your face and some sunscreen will go a long way.

    6) Pull the shades down…

    If you are waiting around on the runway and are yet to leave, you may be able to gain some reprieve from the sun by pulling down the shades. Many of us who travel frequently might not use shades at all, so they will not always be on our radars to make use of when we do actually need them.

    7) Drink lots of water…

    Dehydration can make you feel light-headed, and may lead to fainting or dehydration headaches and stop you from sweating. When hot, the ability to sweat is our body’s way of cooling us down and, if we are not able to, dehydration can quickly escalate. Carry water bottles with you, use the fountains in the airport to keep them topped up, and stay hydrated.

    8) Carry an ice pack with you…

    Now this one may require some forethought and preparation, but if you know about it you will almost certainly remember: keep some flexible ice-packs in the freezer and carry them in a handbag alongside you while travelling. They may not last long but if you are lucky you will enjoy most of the benefits while still in the airport.

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