Costa del Sol: No fly zone for Delta to Malaga

Connections through the capital: Continuously reviewing opportunities SOURCE: Wikipedia

THREE of the biggest North American airlines have confirmed that they do not contemplate establishing any flight between Andalucia and the United States in the summer of 2020. 

Delta Air Lines pointed out that customers can continue flying with Delta and its partners Air France and KLM through the hubs in Amsterdam and Paris or through the services operated by Delta in Madrid and Barcelona.

American Airlines has assured that they will maintain their commitment to connections through the capital of Spain and Barcelona. “We have flown to Spain for more than 30 years and operate flights from the United States to Madrid and Barcelona,” they explained to point out that “at this time we do not expect to grow in the country because these two cities are connection centres for our partner Iberia.”

Also, United Airlines stated that “We continuously review the opportunities to grow and expand our global route network and we have no announcements for Andalucia at the moment.” 

Turismo Costa del Sol, ensure they maintain contacts with more than five airlines, including American and European. Sources claim it is more likely with the latter there could be a greater chance to reopen the door of direct flights between Malaga and New York.

 

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