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13:20

National

High-speed train travel in Spain could be cheaper from the summer

IGNACIO LILLO

...throughout the weeks and days prior to departure - much like low-cost airlines. The public company will soon eliminate its old rates and travel classes and will introduce three new options (Basic, Choice and Premium) and à la carte services. In this way, ... airlines; according to Renfe's calculations, in some cases the discounts may be up to 75 per cent of the current fares. The sooner the ticket is bought, the lower the price, and if it is bought at the last minute, it will be likely be more expensive, said

11:13

Local

Airlines offer almost 2.3 million seats to the Costa del Sol between May and July

Pilar Martínez

The Costa del Sol tourist board (Turismo Costa del Sol) has revealed that airlines are offering almost 2.3 million seats on scheduled flights to Malaga airport during the months of May, June and July. Of those, 1,862,293 seats correspond to ... displacing Germany which has slipped to fourth as the Netherlands takes the third place. Airlines Ryanair, the airline that currently leads the table for volume of passengers at Malaga airport, will strengthem this position. Turismo Costa del Sol said,

10:47

Local

Travel agents threaten legal action to claw back Covid flight cancellation refunds

Pilar Martínez

...who booked online, but travel agencies too. The unpaid amounts are suffocating these businesses and now the sector says that, after exhausting all other avenues, the only way out is the presentation of a barrage of lawsuits to the airlines to put an ... euros for cancelled flight tickets due to Covid-19 mobility restrictions. The association says that the situation is “drowning” the agencies and urges the Government to force airlines to reimburse the cancelled trips. García claims it has been ... calculated that in Europe the airlines still owe nine billion euros in ticket refunds and says that there are already 200 agencies that have permanently been removed from the Andalusian Tourism Registry because they have not been able to overcome the crisis.

18:07

National

Major airlines to launch a digital Covid 'health passport' in March

Pilar Martínez

Some of the world's largest airlines intend to implement a 'health passport' next month in an effort to revive the aviation sector and get passengers travelling again - and to do so safely. The Travel Pass is an International Air Transport ... vaccination certificates and verify that they are sufficient for their travels, and enable the users to share these certificates with airlines and authorities to facilitate travel. IATA says that the Travel Pass will be free for passengers to download and ... use and make it clear that governments, not airlines or IATA, are the ones that establish the rules on entry requirements for travellers. The association reminds passengers that it will always maintain control of the privacy of its data, since the

19:14

Local

Turkish Airlines starts up again from Malaga

Pilar Martínez

Turkish Airlines has started up its flights again from Malaga Airport following their suspension at the onset of the Covid-19 crisis. These are the only flights currently coming into the airport from outside Europe. From 1 August, Turkish is

14:22

Local

British residents returning to the Costa del Sol caught up in Covid-Brexit confusion

Jennie Rhodes

...country after Christmas. Airlines and passport control on both sides were either refusing boarding on flights from UK airports, or people were being deported back to the UK upon arrival in Spain. Anne Hernandez, president of Brexpats in Spain, and ... Clarification: green cards accepted Spanish authorities and the British Embassy in Madrid were quick to respond to the problem and sent a communication to airlines and airports clarifying that anyone with a green residency certificate or card, or proof that ... problems faced by some UK [Nationals] wanting to return to their homes in Spain, pleased to share this important clarification from the Spanish Embassy in London. This clarification has also been shared with all the relevant airlines and ferries by the

14:33

Gibraltar

Flights between Gibraltar and Bilbao scheduled to begin this summer

Debbie Bartlett

Volotea was founded in 2011 by Carlos Muñoz and Lázaro Ros, previously founders of Vueling, and is one of the fastest-growing independent airlines in Europe, increasing year-on-year its fleet, routes served, and seats offered. Since its start, Volotea has

15:56

Local

Refunds, a further ordeal for travel agencies already in crisis

JUAN SOTO

...people have still not received the money they had spent because of delays in payment by airlines and tour operators, and this is overwhelming a sector which is already suffering from a lack of business. The travel agents, who act as intermediaries ... muscle so they are unable to refund clients from their own resources. And, of course, all the consumers can do is be patient and wait for their money. Nor do the travel agents feel they have enough power to go into battle with major airlines which operate ... there has been no progress. Sergio García says they are even thinking of taking joint action: "We are talking about millions of euros that are in the hands of the airlines. If they have liquidity problems, let them sell planes or do something like we