The Spanish Plus Ultra Líneas Aéreas reinforces its fleet with three Airbus 330/200, in addition to the three Airbus 340 that the company already has, in line with the growth of its operations after the pandemic and in compliance with its viability.
The first of these Airbus 330/200, with capacity for almost 300 passengers, will make its first flight this week, leaving the remaining two at the end of the month, and in view of the launch of the new routes that the airline has scheduled to Colombia and to Santo Domingo from July.
In total, these three aircraft will allow a reduction of approximately 20% of the emissions generated per route flown, and whose objective is to comply with the commitment to protect the environment. Likewise, with the incorporation of these aircraft, an increase in the airline's workforce has been allowed by more than 30% compared to the beginning of the year.
Plus Ultra Líneas Aéreas is a Spanish airline that took off in July 2015. In June 2016, it began its operations of regular long-haul flights from Madrid to different Latin American capitals. The company's fleet is Airbus and its aircraft have a capacity between 275 and 376 passengers, in two classes, of the A330/200, A340/300 and A340/600 models.
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