Air France will operate additional services on routes from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Buenos Aires (Argentina), Montevideo (Uruguay), Boston (USA), Bangalore (India) and Osaka (Japan) with its new cabins of long range from this week, as it has reported the company in a statement.
Railway Traffic Group has called to the workers of control and management of rail traffic from Adif to support a thirty days timetable of partial strikes distributed from October, November and December, so that will start by the end of this month and will run until Christmas Eve, according to the group.
Renfe puts into circulation this week the first high speed train that will offer on-board Wi-Fi service, according to official sources.
Flights to Scottish airports today are suffering delays due to a glitch in the air traffic control center in Scotland, as has informed Nats, the company responsible of monitoring the airspace in United Kingdom
Renfe and Adif face this Friday, October 23, a new day of partial stoppages. Renfe and Adif workers are called to stop this Friday between 0: 00 and 2:00 hours, between 13:00 and 15:00 and 20:00 and 22 hours.
If you believe your journey may be affected by this strike, please contact your BMC Travel consultant.
Eurona Telecom Wireless has launched a service of unlimited free Wi-Fi at 12 airports of the Aena network: Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona-El Prat, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga, Vigo, Santiago de Compostela, A Coruna, Tenerife Norte, Tenerife Sur, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.
The airline Vueling will connect Rome with Tenerife from next summer 2016, which will be the second international route from the island after the Paris-Orly, released this winter.
United Airlines has announced a new route between Barcelona and its hub at the Washington DC Dulles Airport with direct flights on a daily basis, between May 26th and September 7th, 2016, subject to government approval.
The service of high speed trains (AVE) of Renfe has been interrupted throughout Catalonia on this Thursday, apparently for theft of fiber optic cable in Vilafranca (Tarragona).
Iberia Airlines has launched a new lifetime card, called Infinita, to recognize the trajectory of their best customers over the last 20 years, which is another step in his “Iberia Plus” program, as has reported the company in a statement.