Boeing 737 carries the anniversary image to commemorate the event in different destinations. It is organising several ceremonies to thank employees and passengers for their loyalty and it will launch various campaigns on social networks
The Boeing 737-800 with tail number EC-MKL is Air Europa’s aircraft which has been showing off the logo to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the company which operated its first commercial flight with a B737-300 between Tenerife and London in 1986.
The plane carrying Air Europa’s 30th anniversary logo covers domestic and European routes and it provides a visible image of the event in various destinations. The airline has also organised a number of events over the coming days in Palma de Mallorca and Madrid aimed at both company employees and customers in order to share this important celebration with them.
The airline also wishes to show its thanks for the loyalty shown by passengers over the last 30 years. To this end, it will be launching various campaigns on social networks, such as ticket giveaways for domestic and European destinations aimed at passengers flying with Air Europa.
Air Europa is celebrating its 30th anniversary as it undertakes an expansion and growth plan centred on three core concepts: The renewal of its fleet, the extension of its network of destinations and the improvement of its on-board services, all with the aim of consolidating its position as one of the best airlines in the world.
It is worth noting that in its 30th year, Air Europa has written yet another new chapter in its history with the arrival of its first Boeing 787 which, in the words of the company President, Juan José Hidalgo, “has revolutionised the concept of value”.
Currently, the airline’s Dreamliner fleet includes a total of three aircraft that operate between Miami, Santo Domingo and Bogotá and soon, with the new B787, the airline will also be flying to Buenos Aires, Lima and Havana.
In December, the air travel division of Globalia has opened new routes to Guayaquil and Córdoba in Argentina, via Asunción, and next year it will land for the first time in Honduras and Boston, bringing its total of destinations in the Americas to 30 and consolidating its position as a leading airline on the American continent and Europe.