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IATA will locate its global operations center in Madrid

It will manage operations of 280 airlines around the world, from the Spanish capital. IATA, International Association of Air Transport, released the news of the opening of a global operations center in Madrid, Spain. The association, which already had its European management center in that city, will now move to manage the regions of North America, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and part of Asia, although the headquarters will continue to be in the Swiss city of Geneva . From its center in Madrid, it will be managing the…

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Madrid and Barcelona airports will have free express parking

The free parking time will be for fifteen minutes. It will enter service in 2018. During the first quarter of next year, the free Express Parking will come into service at the Spanish airports of Madrid-Barajas (MAD) and Barcelona-El Prat (BCN). The service consists of providing a car parking area in the area where passengers leave or enter the terminal. The period that includes free parking is fifteen minutes. For times longer than that period, AENA, the Spanish company that manages the most important airports in the country, recommends using…

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Wamos Air suspends flights to Guatemala

The Spanish airline will no longer fly to the Central American country until June 2018. Wamos Air announced its decision to suspend flights operating since June between Madrid and Guatemala. The airline began the route between Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) and La Aurora International Airport (GUA) on June 27, and until 26 September had mobilized 4,711 passengers. The suspension came into effect on 27 September and continues until 5 June 2018. The main reason for the decision is the low occupation of aircraft in low season, due to that most of the passengers…

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Air Europa will fly Madrid-Recife since December

It will be two weekly frequencies with possibility to expand to 3 for 2018. The Spanish airline Air Europa will start its new route from Madrid, Spain, to Recife, capital of Pernambuco State, in the northeast of Brazil. Last Friday news was released by the Globalia, matrix of Air Europa, where stood out the intention of the company to strengthen its presence in South America and “contribute to strengthening of its tourist potential”. Flights between the Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) and the Recife-Guararapes International Airport (REC) will be operated with Airbus…

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