Image courtesy of Evelop Airlines 

Spanish carrier Evelop Airlines has launched a new weekly Palma to Ireland West Airport charter series operating on Fridays from 22 June  till 24 August using Airbus A320 equipment on behalf of TUI. This is the carrier’s first charter service to Ireland.

Donal Healy, Head of Marketing at Ireland West Airport said: “We are delighted to celebrate the inaugural service with TUI to Majorca. This is the eighth sun service to Spain now available from the airport and highlights the significant demand for sun services to Spain amongst people from the West and North West of Ireland. Palma has always been a very popular destination and we are delighted that TUI have responded to the significant demand in the region with the launch of this new weekly service. Furthermore this is a welcome addition to their existing weekly service to Salou and demonstrates TUI’s commitment to the airport and indeed the region and we have no doubt both services will continue to go from strength to strength”.

Charlotte Brenner, Marketing Manager for TUI, said “We are delighted to add the ever popular destination of Majorca to our programme from Ireland West Airport and believe it will prove a very popular choice for local holidaymakers.  Majorca has been always been a firm favourite and now it will be even easier for holidaymakers in the West of Ireland to get there with a direct flight on their doorstep. It is a superb destination for families, couples and singles alike and at TUI we can offer a huge range of resorts and hotel concepts to provide a holiday to suit everyone.”

Evelop Airlines, branded as evelop! is based at Palma airport owned by Barceló Viajes operating a fleet of 2 Airbus A320s and 2 Airbus A330-300s.

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