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Air Europa flights & tickets

Formerly known as Air España SA, the airline known as Air Europa began as a private charter service that mainly conducted flights to popular holiday destinations in Europe and resorts across the Mediterranean. The company branched out to regularly scheduled flights in the 1990s and is still wholly owned by the Spanish tourism company Globalia, which acquired it in 1991 as a natural extension of their travel services. Air Europa was the first private company to conduct regular commercial flights in the skies over Spain in 1993. The Skyteam Alliance added the airline to its roster in 2007, a distinction shared by big international players like KLM and Delta.

Air Europa likes to stay on the cutting edge of technology, especially when it comes to personal comfort. This airline boasts one of the youngest and most environmentally sustainable fleets, with aircraft like the new Boeing Dreamliner working the longer routes, complete with the latest and more environmental upgrades.

Why Fly Air Europa

How to Check-in

The airline uses modern conveniences like social media and mobile apps to make it easy to book flights, make changes, or add extras to your travel plans. You can manage virtually every detail of your reservation, including seat type and meal, using the online system.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Each passenger is given a base allowance of one checked bag of 23kg, and any bag heavier than that is charged separately. No bags heavier than 32kg are permitted. This increases depending on whether you are on a short or long-haul flight, or if you are a guest of the Air Europa SUMA program.

Seating - Leg Room, Choosing Seats

Both economy, business, and frequent fliers can choose their seats for a small fee. The sooner you choose your seat, the less it costs to book, and if you are a member of the loyalty program at the Silver, Gold, or Platinum level, you can choose your standard seat free of charge. Extra large seats are also available, and a similar scale regarding costs and time limits apply.

Frequent Flyer & Loyalty Programs

Air Europa's SUMA frequent flier loyalty program is divided into four levels. At the standard SUMA level, the basic perks are applied, like choosing seats at a reduced rate or redeeming air miles, followed by the Silver, Gold, and finally Platinum levels of service. The highest two levels give guests access to airport lounges and guarantee their seat.

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