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  • Jillian Briggs
  • November 05, 2018 03:40:09 PM
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    Subway now open at Corvera airport

    Subway, the popular American chain of restaurants selling sandwiches and salads, has now opened in Corvera airport. You can find the new restaurant within the boarding area, as well as a number of other great places to eat. The sandwich chain currently has over 60 locations across the country, though the new restaurant in Corvera… Read more about Subway now open at Corvera airport The post Subway now open at Corvera airport appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    Subway, the popular American chain of restaurants selling sandwiches and salads, has now opened in Corvera airport. You can find the new restaurant within the boarding area, as well as a number of other great places to eat. The sandwich chain currently has over 60 locations across the country, though the new restaurant in Corvera airport is one of the largest in Europe. The new location occupies a 480 square metre area of floor space, and has space for up to 165 customers at a time, perfect for busy parts of the day!

    It was originally announced last month that Subway would be opening a new restaurant. However, this news has long been expected as the license was originally awarded to Subway in 2018, well ahead of Corvera airport’s opening date on the 15th of January this year. Subway was originally available at San Javier airport before it closed, and has now transferred its operations to Corvera airport as well as two other airports across the country including Alicante-Elche and Mallorca.

    The new restaurant is run by Airfoods and has been modelled in Subway’s “Fresh Forward” style which includes a bright and modern design. There will also be fresh fruit and veg available to enjoy with your sandwhich. The aim of the Fresh Forward colour scheme is to reflect the freshness of the ingredients and to provide a bright and friendly space to enjoy.

    Subway offers an incredibly wide range of sandwiches, from classic flavours like ham and tuna to more fun and experimental fillings like curry chicken and spicy meatballs. Healthy salads are also on offer, and you can make your sandwich however you want it to be. If you want to enjoy something sweet, Subway also offer delicious cookies and muffins.

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    Four new routes to start at Corvera airport

    Four new routes are set to start at Corvera airport in the next couple of weeks. These include arrivals and departures from Prague, Asturias, Palma de Mallorca and Warsaw. The first of the new flight routes will begin operating in May, with the rest starting up in June. There is also the potential for more… Read more about Four new routes to start at Corvera airport The post Four new routes to start at Corvera airport appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    Four new routes are set to start at Corvera airport in the next couple of weeks. These include arrivals and departures from Prague, Asturias, Palma de Mallorca and Warsaw. The first of the new flight routes will begin operating in May, with the rest starting up in June. There is also the potential for more flights to be added, and the regional government are confident that the summer schedule will be a high flying success.

    The first new route will be a twice weekly service to and from Prague. This service is being operated by Smartwings, the largest Czech airline and will take place on Mondays and Thursdays starting from the 24th of May. The second route to be added will start one week later, with Volotea also running a twice weekly service of flights linking Murcia and the northern Spanish region of Asturias. This will also operate on Mondays and Thursdays.

    Ryanair will also be introducing a new route on the 1st of June, with a new service between Murcia and Palma de Mallorca. This route will fly to and from the Balearic Islands on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Shortly after, Ryanair will also be adding flights to and from Warsaw on the 5th of June. Jet2 are also set to add additional services on Wednesdays, with flights connecting with both Manchester and Leeds.

    Four new charter flights have also been announced for the winter of 2019-2020, with new routes operating between Murcia and the airport of Billund in Denmark. Volotea are also rumoured to be considering setting up new connections with flights and Italy.

    For more information on flights and the airlines currently operating at Corvera airport, take a look at our dedicated flights page. We also have live updates on both arrivals and departures to help you plan your trip.

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    Corvera Airport makes a turnover of 1.6 million euros in the first quarter of 2019

    Aena, the management company for Corvera Airport and other airports across Spain has announced that Corvera Airport has made a turnover of 1.6 million euros during the first quarter of 2019. The news of this success has been welcomed, since Corvera Airport itself opened in January 15th of this year. Domestic flights and other operations… Read more about Corvera Airport makes a turnover of 1.6 million euros in the first quarter of 2019 The post Corvera Airport makes a turnover of 1.6...

    Aena, the management company for Corvera Airport and other airports across Spain has announced that Corvera Airport has made a turnover of 1.6 million euros during the first quarter of 2019. The news of this success has been welcomed, since Corvera Airport itself opened in January 15th of this year. Domestic flights and other operations were moved from San Javier airport, and Corvera Airport has continued to grow since it opened, welcoming more flights from different airlines including Ryanair, Jet2 and Norwegian.

    The contract for Corvera Airport has been awarded to Aena for 25 years. The company currently operates all but one of the airports in Spain that provide passenger flights in Spain. During the first three months of this year, Aena has reported a consolidated profit of 136.4 million euros and a turnover of 903.5 million euros. Aena has also announced that their profit is 22.7% higher than the first quarter of 2018 with an increase in turnover of 7.3%. Operating costs have risen by 4.5%, though the company’s earnings have also increased by 7.9%.

    Currently, the portion of revenue generated by Corvera Airport will be smaller than other airports across the country since it opened earlier this year. However, Aena are expected to see a significant increase now that the summer flight schedules are currently in effect.

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    Volotea Predicts 90% Occupation on Summer Route

    Volotea has forecast a 90% occupation for their Murcia to Asturias route this summer. Volotea was founded by a Murcian businessman Carlos Muñoz and he states that more than half of the tickets for flights starting in May from Corvera have already been sold. The route starts operating at the end of May and will… Read more about Volotea Predicts 90% Occupation on Summer Route The post Volotea Predicts 90% Occupation on Summer Route appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    Volotea has forecast a 90% occupation for their Murcia to Asturias route this summer.

    Volotea was founded by a Murcian businessman Carlos Muñoz and he states that more than half of the tickets for flights starting in May from Corvera have already been sold.

    The route starts operating at the end of May and will be a twice weekly flight on a Monday and Thursday. The first domestic route from Corvera airport was launched on sale in November 2018 and prices started from a low 9 euros. To begin 8,500 seats were on sale and since then prices have increased to around 60 euros.

    Demand for the flight is expected to continue over the coming weeks with many last minute sales anticipated.

    It is widely expected that should demand continue for domestic flights, the range of destinations from Corvera airport will further increase.

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    Murcia: A Top Destination For Golfers

    The Costa Calida is renowned for year round sunshine making it an ideal destination for golfers. This year is no different and this week delegates from the Murcian Institute for Tourism are in London meeting with the top 3 golf tour operators to promote and strengthen the position of Murcia as a top golfing destination… Read more about Murcia: A Top Destination For Golfers The post Murcia: A Top Destination For Golfers appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    The Costa Calida is renowned for year round sunshine making it an ideal destination for golfers. This year is no different and this week delegates from the Murcian Institute for Tourism are in London meeting with the top 3 golf tour operators to promote and strengthen the position of Murcia as a top golfing destination in Europe.

    In continued efforts to promote Murcia as a tourist destination with something on offer for everyone, this week’s talks and meetings are boosted by a presence at golf fairs, press releases and general promotion of the region. The hope is that passenger numbers at Corvera airport will continue to show strong signs and a positive upward turn to compensate for any lull following the Brexit uncertainty. The aim is to attract up to around 14,000 British golfers to the region of Murcia this year. With an increasing range of UK destinations on offer from the Corvera airport there is ample opportunity to promote Murcia as a convenient and viable golf hot spot.

    Murcia has a number of top golf courses across the region including the Jack Nicklaus designed course at El Valle, the West course at La Manga Club, the Signature Course at Alhama designed by Jack Nicklaus, the Dave Thomas designed course at Hacienda del Alamo and the La Torre golf course designed again by Jack Nicklaus.

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    Corvera Airport To Officially Be Renamed

    Further to our earlier news about the possibility of Corvera airport officially being renamed, as of Friday 12th April, the Minstry of Development has authorised the name change. The new name for the airport will be Juan de la Cierva. The name change was announced by President Lopez Miras, who also informed the community of… Read more about Corvera Airport To Officially Be Renamed The post Corvera Airport To Officially Be Renamed appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    Further to our earlier news about the possibility of Corvera airport officially being renamed, as of Friday 12th April, the Minstry of Development has authorised the name change.

    The new name for the airport will be Juan de la Cierva. The name change was announced by President Lopez Miras, who also informed the community of Murcia that procedures were already underway to progress the name change. Juan de la Cierva (1895-1936) was the inventor of the autogyro in 1920, a type of aircraft with a single rotor.

    As an influential Murcian figure, the name change brings recognition to his contributions to the field of aeronatics. De la Cierva’s work on rotor dynamics supported further developments such as advances to the modern helicopter.

    It is widely assumed that the airport will continue to be known or referred to as “Murcia airport” or “Corvera airport” due to the vast length of time it has been known as such. Planning and talk about the new airport continued through many many years before construction and final completion happened.

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