had small capacities will be commissioned in the first place.
Access to Andorra Seu d’Urgell airport should be busiest in 2016. (Photo by Street View)
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the company Andorra Airlines presented its future connections from the airport Andorra Seu d’Urgell. The new Andorran airline has announced links from April 2016 Paris, Madrid, Palma de Mallorca and Porto. First step before an expected rise in power that will see Andorra and this little bit of Catalan Pyrenees connected to England, Germany, Belgium, Italy and Holland.
The company who will charter aircraft from a low capacity (40 to 70 passengers) does not present itself as a company “low cost”. “We are rather competitive trading partner adapted to customer profile both family and business”, she says.
The notes, which will be marketed through the Amadeus platform will be between 102 and 214 euros per trip.
in 2016, Andorra Airlines is 24,000 passengers. The goal is to run at full speed for the winter season 2016-2017. Andorra expects significant benefits of routes which could also benefit in the long term to the ski resorts of the Pyrenees-Orientales.