Spanish Start-up airline “World2fly” is expecting to start operations soon. Airbus announced their Airbus A350, which lifted off from the Airbus final assembly line. The flight duration was 3 hours and 33 minutes over the french countryside.
The airline’s base is Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez airport (MAD). The airline is expected to start its groundwork for transatlantic flights to Mexico and two other places in the Caribbean. The airline is planning to run its commercial services in June. They recently got their air operator certificate (AOC) from the Spanish air safety and security agency (AESA).
About the Start-up: World2fly
World2Fly airline owner Iberostar is a Spanish hotelier, posses more than 120 five-star and four-star hotels around the globe. Contingent on the Spanish Balearic Island Mallorca, Iberostar has this vision of providing his customer’s flight services from Europe to his resorts in Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico.
Destinations of World2Fly
World2Fly is considering flying two times a week from Madrid to the following destinations: 1. Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) in Dominican Republic 2. Jose Marti International Airport (HAV) in Havana, Cuba 3. Cancun International Airport (CUN) in Mexico.
At the same time, with their brand new airbus launch through Madrid, In addition to the existing flights, they will propose three more flights to the current three destinations from Humberto Delgado Airport(LIS) via a ten-year-old Airbus A330-300. They are currently using A330-300as as a substitute for their second upcoming A350. But like in Madrid, instead of operating two flights in a week, there will be only one from Lisbon to existing destinations.
Why Airbus A350?
First, asked by Russia’s airline Aeroflot, World2Fly affirms that through A350, they offer a comfortable environment as some vacation spot for their passengers. Usually, A350 is designed for boarding 300 to 350 passengers in a standard three-class layout, but right now, they are not so sure about the seating arrangement and number of passengers can be aboard their A350.
They will provide the passengers with commodious, graceful cabins equipped with the latest technology for amusement. Airbus is offering a futuristic in-flight wifi facility to connect around the globe.