Thursday, October 27, 2005

Air Europa Opens Office in Eastern Cuba

Air Europa Opens Office in Eastern Cuba

Havana.- The Spanish company Air Europa, present in the Cuban market
since 1996, opened a representative office in the eastern city of
Santiago de Cuba.

According to local authorities, the new office will make it easier for
tourists, entrepreneurs and other people to reserve round tickets,
change dates of flight and do any other transaction.

In conjunction with the tour operator Aquatravel and Cubana de Aviación,
the Spanish airline has incorporated another option to its operations in
the Caribbean Island, where it flies seven times a week.

Air Europa operates with 263-seat Boeing 767 planes and flies from the
main European capitals, including major Spanish cities.

The increase in flights to Cuba is aimed at boosting tourism to a
country characterized by beautiful landscapes, and ecological, cultural
and historic attractions.

Air Europa flies between Havana and Madrid every day, in addition to fly
to all Spanish cities and other cities like Porto, Lisbon, Prague,
Paris, Budapest, Milan, Rome, Beijing and Shanghai.

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