Air Europa's Boeing 787 Dreamliner currently operates the Panama, Santo Domingo, Miami, Bogota, Sao Paulo, Lima and Buenos Aires routes. Delivering the latest in aviation technology, the aircraft offers a more comfortable flying experience for its passengers with sleek and contemporary interiors and an exceptional environmental performance.
Business class passengers flying with Air Europa can also benefit from a generous baggage allowance, priority check-in and boarding, fast track through security, VIP lounges and bonus miles with Air Europa’s SUMA loyalty scheme, which when redeemed have no date, route or class of travel restrictions.
Air Europa is a key member of the SkyTeam global alliance working with airline partners to offer flexibility and choice across a global network of 1,062 destinations in 177 countries, with access to 672 Lounges. SUMA miles can also be redeemed for SkyTeam members’ flights.
Air Europa was founded in 1986 and in terms of its destinations, passenger numbers, and fleet, Air Europa has been growing steadily and today there are Air Europa flights to 20 different countries worldwide. The latest figures released by the company show that Air Europa flights carried 8.1 million passengers last year. With an average age of just four years old, Air Europa's fleet is one of the youngest in the world and is made up of Embraer, Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
For 2018, the airline is expanding its portfolio with a new route to Recife and increased routes to Montevideo, Guayaquil, Cancun and Punta Cana, making Air Europa the go to airline for South America travel.
As part of the SkyTeam Alliance, the airline offers its passengers access to a global network of international hubs and connections. Likewise, Air Europa Business travellers enjoy a number of benefits, such as the SkyPriority premium airport services programme and the SUMA air miles scheme. The airline also provides airport lounge services at Gatwick, in partnership with the No1 Traveller lounge.