Air Europa flights & tickets

Air Europa is one of Spain’s largest airlines, and is owned by the tour operator Globalia. From their base in Majorca they shuttle holidaymakers from mainland Europe to the Balearic and Canary Islands. They also offer some long-haul flights to North and South America, and have a huge presence in the Spanish capital Madrid.

Air Europa comes in third behind its rivals Iberia and Vueling when it comes to revenue and passengers carried--however, the airline is quickly making strides and gaining popularity in recent years, backed by its strong alliance with codeshare partners like Delta Airlines, Avianca, Alitalia, KLM and China Airlines.

With 30 years of experience in the air, Air Europa is proud to continue its tradition of serving Spain and the world on low cost flights to Europe, South America and North America. Its customer commitment manifesto outlines its strong sense of responsibility towards its customers, and the company’s clear cut mission to provide the lowest fares and the most reliable service in the country, if not the world.

There are many reasons to fly on Air Europa, starting with its powerful status as a member of the SkyTeam alliance. Add in high quality flights and excellent safety standards, a new and modern fleet of 50 aircrafts, and almost-perfect punctuality, and there’s not a whole lot to complain about.. But the most fantastic reason of all is hands down it's impossibly low fares and ticket prices that reflect the competitive low cost carrier market in Spain.

Why Fly with Air Europa

How to Check In

You can check in online or at the boarding desk. Online check-in is available between 24 and 1 hour before departure. If you’re flying from New York, San Juan, or Miami, you still need to contact the check-in desk at the airport.

Baggage Allowance and Fees

Baggage allowance varies depending on the length of your flight as well as which class you’re travelling in. On medium haul flights, Economy travelers can bring one piece of luggage weighing up to 51lbs (23kg) and Business passengers can bring two pieces weighing up to 51lbs (23kg) each. Extra baggage weighing up to 51lbs (23kg) costs €50 per piece if booked in advance, or €60* per piece if booked in at the airport. On long haul flights, Economy passengers can bring one piece weighing up to 50lbs (23kg), or two pieces if they’re travelling to Brazil, Bolivia, Caracas, or Lima. Business passengers can bring three pieces weighing up to 51lbs (23kg), although the weight limit is increased to 71lbs (32kg) for flights to Brazil. On flights to New York, Miami, and San Juan Business passengers can bring two pieces weighing up to 71lbs (32kg). Extra luggage varies in price, from $50-100 if bought in advance to $60-150* at the airport. For carry-on baggage, economy class passengers are allowed one piece with a maximum weight of 10 kg. Business class travelers on domestic flights or flights to the Canary Islands, Europe, Africa or the Middle East are allowed one carry-on with a maximum weight of 14 kg. Business class travelers on long-haul flights are allowed two carry-ons with a maximum weight of up to 18 kg each.

Seating – Leg Room, Choosing Seats

Leg room is fairly comfortable, with a 31” seat pitch in economy long haul and 51” in Business. On short haul flights the seat pitch is a fair 30”-31” which offers slightly more legroom than average budget airlines. Seats are allocated on check-in but you can pre-book your favorite seat for a price. Standard seats cost of around $3.72 or £3* on domestic Spanish routes, about $6.20 or £5* between Spain and the rest of Europe or to Africa, and about $12.40 or £10* on intercontinental routes. Seats with extra legroom cost a little extra at around $11.16 or £9* on domestic routes, $21.07 or £17* on flights from Spain to the rest of Europe and Africa, and $53.30 or £43*on intercontinental routes. *Prices subject to change

Meals, Snacks and Drinks

Food and drink are complimentary on long-haul flights, and for Business class passengers on short haul routes. Economy passengers flying short-haul can buy snacks and drinks on board, choosing from a range of tasty option on the Gusto menu. The new menu offers passengers a chance to eat gourmet meals designed especially by Executive Chef Antonio Fernandes Masanes, who uses healthy ingredients and a range of superfoods like quinoa, fresh fish, goji berries and more for the ultimate dining experience without the guilt. Air Europa also offers passengers the chance to purchase sandwiches, rolls, snacks and sweets from the menu, as well as an offering of kids’ meals sure to delight the younger crowd.

On-Time Punctuality

Air Europa are a fairly punctual airline, with around 77% of their flights arriving and departing on time.

In Flight Entertainment

Air Europa offers an exciting array of movies, television shows, documentaries, and music for the entertainment of its medium and long-haul passengers. Passengers on short-haul flights also have access to a more limited library of time-appropriate selections to enjoy. Air Europa also has various reading materials to choose from, including newspapers, magazines, and the airline’s inflight publication, Europa Magazine.

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