The holiday flyer was created by a combination of Spain’s Evolve Airlines and Portuguese Arbest, part of the பயணvois Corpración Empresarial, a travel company founded last year, which arose from the merger of the travel groups Barcelona and Globolia. The fleet consists of two Airbus A350s, one A330 Neo and three A330-300 aircraft, as well as a short body aircraft for short-haul aircraft, the Airbus A320. “The plan is to synchronize an entire A350 fleet,” Verhagen said.
Initially, Ibarojet mainly operates holiday flights as part of the package holiday package sold by the parent company. Previously, it was based on Globalia’s subsidiary Air Europa, but was sold to Iberia and IAG, the parent company of British Airways. Nevertheless, iBrojet only wants to increase its ticket sales, especially to South America and the Caribbean.
Five year plan
“In the short term, our plans are not very ambitious. We will try to control losses as much as possible next summer,” Verhagen said. A five-year plan has been prepared for those development aspirations. However, we focus on the Caribbean and regular destinations. “
At the moment, only economy class seats are fitted on the iBrojet aircraft. No less than 432 on the Airbus A350-900 aircraft, which is a record. “Obviously we will say goodbye to the whole economic framework. If we want to focus more on regular air travel, if we want to go to places like Bogota or Buenos Aires, you need a business classroom.
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