New: Vueling Airlines to fly to its Barcelona hub as of 29 March 2015. Passengers benefit from connections to destinations on the Iberian Peninsula, in North Africa, the Middle East and Europe

As of 29 March 2015, Vueling Airlines will be launching a new connection between EuroAirport and the Catalonian capital of Barcelona. This will also allow the airline to offer interesting connections via its hub in Barcelona to further destinations on the Iberian Peninsula, in North Africa, the Middle East and Europe.

Barcelona Airport's largest airline – Vueling Airlines – is to fly four times weekly between the trinational border region and Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, with a modern Airbus A320 (180 seats) as of 29 March 2015. Within the course of the summer flight plan, the connection frequency will be increased to a daily flight. The flight times of the new connection are scheduled to suit both weekend breaks and business trips. Thanks to its mild climate, lovely beaches and cultural activities, Barcelona is one of the key tourist destinations in Southern Europe.

From the Barcelona hub of El Prat, passengers can benefit from the many different connecting flights operated by Vueling Airlines. Possible combinations include connections to the Balearic Islands, Andalusia, Bilbao, La Coruna and Valencia, not to mention Fez, Lisbon, Nador, Tangier and Tunis.
Luggage is transported directly to the passenger’s final destination. Another bonus: the new flights to Barcelona will be operated under code-sharing with Iberia, Spain's national airline.

EuroAirport's management welcomes this new connection as a further addition to its wide range of scheduled destinations. Vueling Airlines is a new airline at EuroAirport. The airline will be running additional flights to Barcelona and Rome during the Christmas season in 2014 for the first time.

About Vueling
Vueling started its operations in Spain in 2004 using two Airbus A320 aircraft, flying four routes and with the objective of offering excellent service at competitive prices. Nine years later the airline serves 285 routes to 132 destinations in the whole of Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Vueling operates out of 21 bases and has transported 55 million passengers to date.
Today, Vueling Airlines is the largest Spanish airline headquartered in Barcelona. The airline is a subsidiary of the International Airlines Group (IAG) whose members also include Iberia and British Airways. 

For more information on the flight plan and reservations visit www.vueling.com