Airlines continue to open routes to the Canary Islands, despite the difficult time that aviation is going through.
This summer season will see the opening of 35 new connections that will link the archipelago with different European and North African cities, as well as improving connectivity also between the islands.
Specifically, 32 new routes will connect the Canary Islands with countries such as the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Mauritania, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Ukraine. In addition, three new routes will unite La Palma with Tenerife Sur, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.
These routes will be operated by Starwings, EasyJet, Jetairfly, Corendon Airlines Europe, TUIfly, Alba Star, Mauritanian Airlines International, Corendon Dutch Airlines, Wizz Air, Tap Air Portugal, Vueling Airlines, Norwegian, Ryanair, SkyUP Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines and Binter.
Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sports, Isaac Castellano, said: “The Canaries now have the best connectivity in their history. Today, more planes land in the airports of the islands and they do so from more cities, thus facilitating not only the arrival of tourists, but also the mobility of the residents themselves.”