With this new partnership, being APG its GSA in Nordics, Volotea want to reach the B2B channel in these countries where the passenger follows closely many of airline’s destinations.
Volotea, one of the fastest-growing independent airlines in Europe, has chosen APG as its GSA in Denmark, Norway, Sweden & Iceland. Under the agreement, APG will be providing wide ranging sales and marketing services throughout the countries.
"We are very satisfied with this agreement. APG has been a trusted partner of Volotea for years and we believe in the potential that the Nordic market has for our airline. With this new partnership, being APG our GSA in Nordics, we want to reach the B2B channel in these countries where the passenger follows closely many of Volotea's destinations. In addition, this season we have a new route between Alborg and Naples so this agreement could not come at a better time" adds Mr. Massimiliano Vollero – Global Sales Director at Volotea.
“We are very proud that Volotea has given us their trust to represent them in Scandinavia and Iceland. Volotea flies to many destinations which are very attractive for Scandinavians and from this summer they will link Aalborg with Naples. We are excited to expand their brand awareness in Scandinavia and Iceland and assist them making the Aalborg-Naples service successful” said Kee's-Jan van der Velden – CEO at APG Scandinavia & Baltics.
Volotea is headquartered in Barcelona, Spain. Since its foundation in 2011 Volotea carried 40 million passengers across Europe. Volotea serves more than 100 cities across 16 countries with new developments in 2022 such as Denmark, which will begin operations in May from Italy, and Algeria, which was launched last December from France. Volotea is based in 18 European mid-sized capitals: Alghero and Lyon (since 2021), Asturias, Athens, Bilbao, Bordeaux, Cagliari, Hamburg, Marseille, Nantes, Olbia, Naples, Palermo, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Venice and Verona and Lille from April 2022. In 2021, Volotea had a total of 356 routes offered at very competitive prices. And for this year Volotea plans a growth of up to 40% compared to 2019.
Volotea’s full Airbus fleet comprises of A319s with 156 seats and A320s with 180 seats all certified with CFM International CFM56-5B.
Since its launch, Volotea has worked to make its routes more eco-efficient and to minimize emissions, and has implemented more than 50 sustainability measures, thanks to which it has reduced its carbon footprint per passenger and kilometer by more than 41%. since 2012.
Additionally, this year, the company will introduce sustainable fuels and will collaborate with manufacturers and the industry so that this type of fuel, now difficult to access, can be developed and distributed more widely as soon as possible.
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