Air Europa Flights

Air Europa is Spain's third largest airline, and is owned by the Globalia tourism company. They're based in Majorca and have a fleet size of 53 aircraft, flying to 44 destinations. They're a full member of the SkyTeam alliance, and have their own loyalty program: SUMA. Air Europa mainly focus on connecting Northern European cities with Spanish holiday destinations, particularly in the Balearic and Canary Islands. In recent years they've also added some long-haul routes to North and South America, as well as new routes to the Middle East.

Air Europa don't currently offer direct flights from Ireland. The nearest airports you can fly from are Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and London. Flights from Scotland usually involve an aircraft change in Paris, while flights from London go via Madrid.

This information is correct as of April 2017

Why Fly Air Europa?

How to Check In

Air Europa web check-in opens 48 hours before departure, or 24 hours before if you're flying to/from the USA. You have up until one hour before departure to check in online. Mobile check in is also available. Check in desks open 2.5 hours before scheduled departure, closing one hour before international flight departure and 45 minutes before domestic departure.


Air Europa economy passengers can pay to pre-book their seat in advance. Standard seats cost €4 for flights within mainland Spain and the Balearics, €10 for trips within Europe, Africa or the Canaries, and €20 for long-haul flights. XL seats, with a bit more legroom and space, cost €10, €20 or €50 depending on flight length. SUMA Silver, Gold and Platinum customers can choose their seats for free, as can SkyTeam Elite and Elite Plus passengers.

Booking Fees

There's a €3 charge per passenger for bookings made by any debit or credit card, excluding the Air Europa Visa.

Service on Board

Economy passengers can enjoy free meals on transatlantic flights. On short-haul menus, it's possible to purchase a snack (including the airline's "sandwich of the month") from the Gusto+ menu. In-flight entertainment is provided, with on-demand entertainment on long haul flights and curated TV shows and documentaries on shorter trips. Wi-Fi is also available on long haul aircraft, with prices ranging from €7 to €20 depending on how many megabytes of data you require. Air Europa business class passengers can enjoy lie-flat beds, made from fabric for extra comfort. Each seat has sockets and USB plugs for recharging your electronics, and personal televisions.


Air Europa are fairly punctual, with around 8 out of 10 flights departing within 15 minutes of their scheduled departure time.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Hold baggage allowance depends on ticket type and journey length. On most routes, economy passengers can check in one bag weighing up to 23kg and measuring no larger than 158cm, while business class passengers can check in two bags. Luggage isn't included on Lite Fare tickets. It's always best to check your booking for more information.

Hand baggage allowance also differs depending on route and ticket type. Economy passengers can expect to bring one bag weighing up to 10k, while business passengers can bring one bag weighing up to 14kg.

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