Source: ALTA

ALTA NEWS - Euroairlines joins ALTA as a new member

Euroairlines, a Spanish carrier founded in 2000, joins the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA).

Euroairlines – which as an airline provides air cab services and flights on scheduled and non-scheduled routes to 20 destinations in Spain, France and Italy – is standing out for its distribution service, thanks to partnerships allowing it to connect over 250 routes and market them in more than 60 countries, many of them located in the Americas.

In particular, Euroairlines is present in strategic markets such as Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Canada and the United States. Moreover, its commercial agreements with airlines around the world reinforce its growing evolution by facilitating connectivity for differentiated needs.

José Ricardo Botelho, ALTA’s Executive Director & CEO, welcomes the entire Euroairlines team and reiterates that “each new member strengthens our collaborative network at ALTA.” ALTA’s CEO highlights the work of the association to contribute with specialized technical information in order to achieve better conditions for the development of aviation for the benefit of users; especially by promoting measures that improve costs, safety and sustainability as it will generate opportunities for everyone. The partnership between Euroairlines and ALTA promises to open new perspectives for the Latin American aviation sector, thus consolidating the vision of a more integrated and resilient industry in a constantly evolving global context.

“Being an ALTA member strengthens our commitment to excellence and connectivity in Latin America,” says Antonio López Lázaro, CEO of Euroairlines. “Our mission is to break boundaries in air distribution, by collaborating and connecting markets and channels,” adds the head of the Spanish company, who confirms that “more and more airlines trust” in its Q4-291 plate “to go further.”