The new low-cost airline company, Volotea Airlines will be connecting the cities of Malaga and Venice with three flights a week as from the following 5th of April, becoming the first one to operate this route.
Volotea, founded by Carlos Muñoz and Lazaro Ros, also promoters of Vueling Airlines, begin their activity at the Venice-Marco Polo Airport, operating a total of 14 routes, that include another three Spanish destinations as well as Malaga airport, Alicante, Bilbao and Santiago de Compostela.
The rest of the connections that the company will be initially operating, include five destinations in Italy: Brindisi, Cagliari, Olbia, Palermo and Reggio Calabria, and another five international destinations to other European cities such as Bordeaux (France), Budapest (Hungary), Krakow (Poland), Oporto (Portugal) and Salonika (Greece).
The tickets will be available to purchase as from next week, starting at 19 euros per journey, all taxes included, via internet, call-centres, travel agencies and GDS, according to a press note published by the company.
This way, the Venice airport will be the company’s first operative base, that will become the first in these facilities by the number of offered destinations. This means, eleven out of fourteen routs that Volotea offer are new and are not offered by any other operator.
This initial offer will increase until it reaches 24 routes by next summer and they predict that the number of operations will go from 250 monthly flights in April to 700 in August. The number of seats available will also multiply by three.