Air Europa modifies its schedule and resumes offering Business Class to Caracas

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Air Europa will make several modifications in its schedule to Caracas (CCS) between December and January: the company has received authorization by the National Institute of Civil Aeronautics (INAC) to operate regular flights until the end of March.

From January 10, 2023, until March 25, 2023, the Spanish airline will be operating on Tuesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. In addition to some special flights authorized by INAC between the end of December 2022 and the beginning of January next year.

Flights will be operated in Boeing 787-9 aircraft with Business Class, representing an increase in premium demand on the route, this equipment will replace the operation of the Dreamliners leased by Norse Atlantic that offer Premium Economy and Economy.

With the availability of Business Class again, passengers will be able to enjoy more comfortable, flat-bed seats, a varied menu, faster Wi-Fi service and more entertainment options and streaming platforms.

Itinerary of scheduled flights

  • Madrid – Caracas Flight UX 71 MAD 16:10 – CCS 20:30
  • Caracas – Madrid Flight UX 72 CCS 22:40 – MAD 12:15+1

Itinerary of special flights

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December 25, 2022

  • Caracas (CCS) 23:30 – Madrid (MAD) 13:05+1

January 8, 2023

  • Madrid (MAD) 16:05 – Caracas (CCS) 19:10
Highlights

The first week of January the company will be operating on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

The Spanish capital is Venezuela’s main European market, according to data compiled by Aviacionline through Aena Estadísticas 84,399 passengers and 882.3 tons of cargo were mobilized in the period January – September 2022 between Madrid (MAD) and Caracas (CCS). There are currently four air carriers operating in this segment.

See also: Air Europa to increase flights to Asunción and Córdoba

Rainer Nieves Dolande
Rainer Nieves Dolande
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