Condor and Thomas Cook Airlines will offer connecting flights from Palma, Ibiza and Las Palmas to other destinations
Thomas Cook Group Airline has partnered with Air Europa, airline of the Globalia group, an agreement that will allow customers of the German airline to book flights to and from 14 new destinations in Spain – Alicante, Asturias, Barcelona, Bilbao, Granada, Madrid , Malaga, Menorca, Salamanca, Santiago de Compostela, Seville, Valencia, Valladolid and Zaragoza.
Thanks to this cooperation, Condor and Thomas Cook Airlines will also offer connecting flights from Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza and Las Palmas to destinations such as Salamanca, Santiago de Compostela and Seville.
In addition, they can travel from these destinations to Germany and the United Kingdom, to cities such as Düsseldorf, Belfast, Cologne or Munich, among others, as highlighted by the German group, which notes that flights connecting to Air Europa are already available on the channels of sale of both brands.
“This cooperation expands our range of services”, said the CEO of the airline business of the British tour operator, Christoph Debus, having a “solid partner” that allows to offer new connection points from the Peninsula to Germany and the United Kingdom.
The tourist group Globalia continues taking steps in its new strategy of alliances with other companies in Europe and Latin America that add to business. In the case of Air Europa, its agreement with Ryanair stands out, as well as the new joint venture it is studying with Air France-KLM for flights between Europe and Latin America that would expand its current code-share agreement in force since 2003.
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Thomas Cook Group Airline emphasizes that passengers will be able to take advantage of the new connections between the Balearics and the Canary Islands, so that if, for example, a flight to Lanzarote is no longer available, they can reserve another one at the chosen destination through a connecting flight from Las Palmas.
With this cooperation agreement, the German group consolidates its network of routes to Mallorca, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Las Palmas, while Spanish passengers will also benefit from the agreement, being able to fly from these Spanish cities to Germany and the United Kingdom.