Vueling strengthens the connectivity between Spain and Denmark, Sweden, and Norway
- The airline expands its connectivity from Barcelona-El Prat airport with four new routes.
- Vueling launches a special promotion (available between February 18 and 20) for all these new routes, starting at € 19.99 / one-way, in Basic rate
Barcelona, February 18 2021 - Vueling, an airline part of IAG (International Arlines Group), reinforces its commitment to the Nordic market and thus ensures connectivity with a region of great interest to the tourism sector. The airline today announced that it will operate four new routes from Barcelona - El Prat to Gothenburg (Sweden), Billund (Denmark) and Bergen and Stavanger (Norway).
Connections from Barcelona to Gothenburg (Sweden) will be available from June 11, with the two weekly frequencies, every Friday and Sunday. On June 18, the route to Billund (Denmark) will be launched, with two weekly flights, every Monday and Friday. Bergen and Stavanger (Norway) will be connected to Barcelona from June 19 and 20, respectively, with one weekly flight: every Saturday in the case of Bergen, and every Sunday in Stavanger.
In addition to the new routes announced, Vueling will operate four other routes during the summer season that are already part of its regular program from Barcelona to Copenhagen, with two daily flights; Stockholm, on a daily basis; Aalborg, with two weekly frequencies; and Oslo, where the airline increases its offer and goes from three weekly flights to a daily frequency.
Special launch fares
To promote the launch of the new routes, Vueling launches a special promotion (available between February 18 and 20) with special rates available for all new routes, starting at € 19.99 / one-way, in Basic rate.
Health & Safety
Vueling is one of the main low-cost airlines in Europe, part of IAG (International Airlines Group - British Airways, Iberia, Level, Aer Lingus). To face the current epidemiological situation, the airline has adopted all sanitary measures against COVID-19 in all its operations, in order to offer all the guarantees to its customers and crew.
In this way, and following the measures established by EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), in collaboration with the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, the company has adopted measures in its operations such as: reinforcing cleaning and disinfection of all their aircraft (both in terms of frequency and in the use of specified products), the mandatory use of masks - surgical or superior protection - has been established and, once on board, the aircraft's HEPA air filters renew the air every three minutes, preventing the spread of bacteria and viruses with an efficiency of 99.99%. In addition, the company has adapted its routes, frequencies, and procedures to the requirements of the authorities of each destination to minimize the incidence of the pandemic.
On the other hand, Vueling has also redefined its product portfolio to adapt them to the current context of maximum flexibility for its customers, allowing it to make changes to the route, date, time and even passenger, without any additional cost.
All the information can be found in the following link: https://www.vueling.com/en/help-to-travel/
For further information please contact: Tania Galesi, International Communications Manager email@example.com
Catalan Tourist Board is the official body that works to promote and consolidate the “Catalunya” brand around the world.
Catalonia is the number one tourist destination in Spain and one of the leading destinations in Europe, with more than 24 million tourists visiting per year, of which more than 14 million are from abroad.
The office in the Nordic countries takes leads the Catalonia's promotion in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland and Estonia.