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Air Europa is Spain's third largest airline after Iberia and Vueling. The airline, created in 1986, is owned by Globalia, a travel and tourism company. Air Europa's main base is at Palma de Mallorca Airport in the Balearic Islands. It became a member of the SkyTeam Alliance in 2007 and it carried 9 million passengers in 2013. The airline operates one of the youngest fleets in the world, with an average aircraft age of just over 6 years old.
Air Europa's main hub is Madrid Barajas Airport in Spain. It operates on both domestic and international routes, flying from the main Spanish airports to destinations across Europe and Russia, Central and South America, the Caribbean, North Africa and New York.
Air Europa offers mainly scheduled flights with some charter flights linked to holiday packages. Flights can be booked online or through travel agents. Air Europa is used by both leisure and business travellers. Economy ticket holders can purchase food and drinks on short-haul flights and meals are complimentary on long-haul flights with all flights having on-demand in-flight entertainment. Long-haul Business and First Class tickets include free airport parking for seven days. Business and First Class passengers can relax in Air Europa's dedicated lounges at airports in both Spain and around the world.
Air Europa sells Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class tickets. Economy tickets include one piece of checked baggage and two pieces of hand luggage. Business and first-class tickets allow up to three pieces of checked baggage. Allocated seats can be changed at an additional cost. Members of Air Europa's frequent flyer club can select their seats free of charge.