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Air Europa signs agreement with Etihad Airways for the Asian market

Thanks to an agreement, the Spanish airline Air Europa will start selling in late 2014 three weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Madrid and vice versa. Globalia president, Juan Jose Hidalgo, said that Etihad has chosen to establish a gateway to countries such as India, China, Australia and other destinations in the east.

Taking into account that Air Europa is a leading airline in Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean, this agreement is another step in the expansion plan of the company. Both companies will establish a perfect link to connect America and Asia via Madrid and Abu Dhabi.

The passengers that want to fly from Abu Dhabi to Madrid may stopover in Amsterdam, Brussels or Milan. The President of Etihad Airways, James Hogan is very pleased that Air France has chosen Abu Dhabi to start their eastward expansion.

The manager accentuates the importance of the ‘hub’ of Abu Dhabi to connect Europe with Asia, the company always tried to establish a direct connection with Spain already a few years ago.

We are on the right track, said the President. The leisure passengers aren’t the only objective of this agreement. The business travelers will also support the new route as it this sector has grown by 75% in the last three years.

The codeshare announced will operate once the regulatory approvals are received. In addition, during the summer of 2014, the two companies plan to expand the number of destinations with the codeshare between Spain and South America via Madrid and another more cities, via Abu Dhabi, Africa, Asia, and Australia.

The flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates began operations in 2003 and in 2013 has carried over 12 million passengers. Since its ‘hub’ in Abu Dhabi International Airport it offers connections to 102 destinations spread across Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and America with a fleet of 89 Airbus and Boeing.

Europe and Asia have never been so close!Thanks to an agreement, the Spanish airline Air Europa will start selling in late 2014 three weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Madrid and vice versa. Globalia president, Juan Jose Hidalgo, said that Etihad has chosen to establish a gateway to countries such as India, China, Australia and other destinations in the east.

Taking into account that Air Europa is a leading airline in Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean, this agreement is another step in the expansion plan of the company. Both companies will establish a perfect link to connect America and Asia via Madrid and Abu Dhabi.

The passengers that want to fly from Abu Dhabi to Madrid may stopover in Amsterdam, Brussels or Milan. The President of Etihad Airways, James Hogan is very pleased that Air France has chosen Abu Dhabi to start their eastward expansion.

The manager accentuates the importance of the ‘hub’ of Abu Dhabi to connect Europe with Asia, the company always tried to establish a direct connection with Spain already a few years ago.

We are on the right track, said the President. The leisure passengers aren’t the only objective of this agreement. The business travelers will also support the new route as it this sector has grown by 75% in the last three years.

The codeshare announced will operate once the regulatory approvals are received. In addition, during the summer of 2014, the two companies plan to expand the number of destinations with the codeshare between Spain and South America via Madrid and another more cities, via Abu Dhabi, Africa, Asia, and Australia.

The flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates began operations in 2003 and in 2013 has carried over 12 million passengers. Since its ‘hub’ in Abu Dhabi International Airport it offers connections to 102 destinations spread across Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and America with a fleet of 89 Airbus and Boeing.

Europe and Asia have never been so close!Thanks to an agreement, the Spanish airline Air Europa will start selling in late 2014 three weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Madrid and vice versa. Globalia president, Juan Jose Hidalgo, said that Etihad has chosen to establish a gateway to countries such as India, China, Australia and other destinations in the east.

Taking into account that Air Europa is a leading airline in Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean, this agreement is another step in the expansion plan of the company. Both companies will establish a perfect link to connect America and Asia via Madrid and Abu Dhabi.

The passengers that want to fly from Abu Dhabi to Madrid may stopover in Amsterdam, Brussels or Milan. The President of Etihad Airways, James Hogan is very pleased that Air France has chosen Abu Dhabi to start their eastward expansion.

The manager accentuates the importance of the ‘hub’ of Abu Dhabi to connect Europe with Asia, the company always tried to establish a direct connection with Spain already a few years ago.

We are on the right track, said the President. The leisure passengers aren’t the only objective of this agreement. The business travelers will also support the new route as it this sector has grown by 75% in the last three years.

The codeshare announced will operate once the regulatory approvals are received. In addition, during the summer of 2014, the two companies plan to expand the number of destinations with the codeshare between Spain and South America via Madrid and another more cities, via Abu Dhabi, Africa, Asia, and Australia.

The flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates began operations in 2003 and in 2013 has carried over 12 million passengers. Since its ‘hub’ in Abu Dhabi International Airport it offers connections to 102 destinations spread across Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and America with a fleet of 89 Airbus and Boeing.

Europe and Asia have never been so close!Thanks to an agreement, the Spanish airline Air Europa will start selling in late 2014 three weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Madrid and vice versa. Globalia president, Juan Jose Hidalgo, said that Etihad has chosen to establish a gateway to countries such as India, China, Australia and other destinations in the east.

Taking into account that Air Europa is a leading airline in Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean, this agreement is another step in the expansion plan of the company. Both companies will establish a perfect link to connect America and Asia via Madrid and Abu Dhabi.

The passengers that want to fly from Abu Dhabi to Madrid may stopover in Amsterdam, Brussels or Milan. The President of Etihad Airways, James Hogan is very pleased that Air France has chosen Abu Dhabi to start their eastward expansion.

The manager accentuates the importance of the ‘hub’ of Abu Dhabi to connect Europe with Asia, the company always tried to establish a direct connection with Spain already a few years ago.

We are on the right track, said the President. The leisure passengers aren’t the only objective of this agreement. The business travelers will also support the new route as it this sector has grown by 75% in the last three years.

The codeshare announced will operate once the regulatory approvals are received. In addition, during the summer of 2014, the two companies plan to expand the number of destinations with the codeshare between Spain and South America via Madrid and another more cities, via Abu Dhabi, Africa, Asia, and Australia.

The flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates began operations in 2003 and in 2013 has carried over 12 million passengers. Since its ‘hub’ in Abu Dhabi International Airport it offers connections to 102 destinations spread across Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and America with a fleet of 89 Airbus and Boeing.

Europe and Asia have never been so close!Thanks to an agreement, the Spanish airline Air Europa will start selling in late 2014 three weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Madrid and vice versa. Globalia president, Juan Jose Hidalgo, said that Etihad has chosen to establish a gateway to countries such as India, China, Australia and other destinations in the east.

Taking into account that Air Europa is a leading airline in Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean, this agreement is another step in the expansion plan of the company. Both companies will establish a perfect link to connect America and Asia via Madrid and Abu Dhabi.

The passengers that want to fly from Abu Dhabi to Madrid may stopover in Amsterdam, Brussels or Milan. The President of Etihad Airways, James Hogan is very pleased that Air France has chosen Abu Dhabi to start their eastward expansion.

The manager accentuates the importance of the ‘hub’ of Abu Dhabi to connect Europe with Asia, the company always tried to establish a direct connection with Spain already a few years ago.

We are on the right track, said the President. The leisure passengers aren’t the only objective of this agreement. The business travelers will also support the new route as it this sector has grown by 75% in the last three years.

The codeshare announced will operate once the regulatory approvals are received. In addition, during the summer of 2014, the two companies plan to expand the number of destinations with the codeshare between Spain and South America via Madrid and another more cities, via Abu Dhabi, Africa, Asia, and Australia.

The flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates began operations in 2003 and in 2013 has carried over 12 million passengers. Since its ‘hub’ in Abu Dhabi International Airport it offers connections to 102 destinations spread across Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and America with a fleet of 89 Airbus and Boeing.

Europe and Asia have never been so close!Thanks to an agreement, the Spanish airline Air Europa will start selling in late 2014 three weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Madrid and vice versa. Globalia president, Juan Jose Hidalgo, said that Etihad has chosen to establish a gateway to countries such as India, China, Australia and other destinations in the east.

Taking into account that Air Europa is a leading airline in Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean, this agreement is another step in the expansion plan of the company. Both companies will establish a perfect link to connect America and Asia via Madrid and Abu Dhabi.

The passengers that want to fly from Abu Dhabi to Madrid may stopover in Amsterdam, Brussels or Milan. The President of Etihad Airways, James Hogan is very pleased that Air France has chosen Abu Dhabi to start their eastward expansion.

The manager accentuates the importance of the ‘hub’ of Abu Dhabi to connect Europe with Asia, the company always tried to establish a direct connection with Spain already a few years ago.

We are on the right track, said the President. The leisure passengers aren’t the only objective of this agreement. The business travelers will also support the new route as it this sector has grown by 75% in the last three years.

The codeshare announced will operate once the regulatory approvals are received. In addition, during the summer of 2014, the two companies plan to expand the number of destinations with the codeshare between Spain and South America via Madrid and another more cities, via Abu Dhabi, Africa, Asia, and Australia.

The flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates began operations in 2003 and in 2013 has carried over 12 million passengers. Since its ‘hub’ in Abu Dhabi International Airport it offers connections to 102 destinations spread across Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and America with a fleet of 89 Airbus and Boeing.

Europe and Asia have never been so close!

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