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Free baggage allowance increased by more than 10%

Air Europa now gives passengers more for their money

In these times of cutbacks and hidden charges, isn’t it refreshing to find an airline that wants to give its passengers something extra. Air Europa has increased hold baggage weight restrictions from 20kg to 23kg, which adds up to a whole lot of shopping in Madrid’s bustling shops and markets.

The increase in baggage allowance comes completely free of charge and demonstrates Air Europa dedication to exemplary customer service. The airline is also known for its UK based reservation staff, complimentary assigned seating and fleet of modern aircraft.

“With fares to Madrid starting from £16 one way excluding taxes, Air Europa offers great value to passengers with no hidden charges and plenty of extras,” says Colin Stewart, UK General Manager.

Air Europa, Spain’s second largest airline, is still flying high after the successful launch of its new London Gatwick to Madrid route. The company’s belief in the UK market led to the launch of a twice daily service in March 2009 on a brand new Embraer 195 aircraft.

The London Gatwick to Madrid services are timed to connect with onward flights to South America and the Caribbean. Fly from London Gatwick to Madrid at 10.25 and you can be in Havana, Caracas, Cancun, Punta Cana or Santa Domingo by the evening. Catch the 17.40 flight from London Gatwick to Madrid for the night flight to Buenos Aires.

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