Binterwill start operating direct flights fromCanary Islandsto three new national destinations in the next winter season. The airline announced yesterday that it is finalizing the details to establish weekly links with the airports ofPamplona, Zaragoza and Murcia.
In this way, the Canary airline company increases its presence in a market in which it began operating in 2018 with the routes ofVigo and Mallorcaand that – according to a statement – "it is giving good results for the comfort of direct flights to the destination and the quality of the product of Binter, much appreciated by passengers."
Starting next season ofwinter, Binter will connect by airtwice a weekCanary Islands with each of the three new national destinations, with flights from betweene two and a half hours and three hours long.
The airline explains that it has opted for Pamplona, Zaragoza and Murcia for its"attractive"and for the lack of regular direct links all year. In this sense, he has worked with the authorities of the different regions to schedule the flights in a way that allows the enjoyment of the main characteristics of each one of them.
"Passengers on the new routes will enjoy theProduct benefits offered by Binterand that distinguishes it from other airlines: the comfort of its aircraft, with a configuration of two seats on each side, and with more space between rows, the billing of thesuitcase includedand a high-quality on-board service that includes a courtesy menu on national and international flights and a snack on inter-island connections, "the airline details.
Precisely, the Ministry of Vertebration of the Territory, Mobility and Housing ofAragonyesterday revealed the contacts that the regional government has maintained with Binter to launch an air connection between Zaragoza and Gran Canaria, with two weekly frequencies, next October. The Aragonese Executive intends to close an agreement, through the Promotion of Aeroportuarias SLU Activities, so that this service is provided throughout the year and consolidated as a regular destination, Europa Press reported.
The department headed by the counselor explained that theArchipelago is very importantfor Aragon because the10% of companiesAragonese havebusiness relationshipsand they need a stable connection, as can be seen from the studies carried out with the Chamber of Commerce and business organizations. Also, because with this connection the arrival of tourists from the Canary Islands to Aragon is favored, a potential market that is very interesting and in which a very important growth potential is seen.
The connection with Gran Canaria will serve to increase the number of destinations from Zaragoza airport and continue consolidating the infrastructure as the most important connection node for the Ebro valley. On the other hand, the arrival of a new airline that operates from the airport supposedincrease and diversify operatorsand generates a climate of own work to be proposing new destinations, detailed the Ministry.
The department launched, in 2018, the Aragonese Air Connectivity Strategy to boost the connections of the Autonomous Community, improve tourism figures and facilitate the work of companies.