|Quoting Humberside (Reply 3):|
its certainly going to get very crowded in the Spanish domestic market
|Quoting 717fan (Reply 5):|
Are 4 717's from Aebal enough for all those flights they operate for Spanair?
|Quoting Capital146 (Reply 9):|
Please correct me if I am wrong, but I thought the MD-80 was too big to fly into San Sebastian?
|Quoting Robbie86 (Thread starter):|
MADRID-GRANADA: First departure time from MAD (07.00)/6 flights daily
BARCELONA-GRANADA: First departure time from BCN (10.00)/4 flights daily
MADRID-ALMERÍA: First departure time from MAD (07.00)/6 flights daily
BARCELONA-VALENCIA: First departure time from BCN (07.15)/6 flights daily
MADRID-SAN SEBASTIÁN: First departure time from MAD (01.15)/4 flights daily
|Quoting RAFVC10 (Reply 13):|
- Granada is served by Iberia, Vueling an now Spanair.
- Valencia... only far 350 Kms. Served six times daily with high-speed trains, with DH3's, CRJ's and AT7's and one M87 operated by Iberia and its partner Air Nostrum and now Spanair...
|Quoting AlitaliaMD11 (Reply 16):|
Iberia currently flies a daily A319 flight to San Sebastian so I don't think an MD-82 would be much of a problem.