The list of low cost companies that I present to you groups those low cost airlines that have more reputation in terms of quality of service as well as offers of cheap flights. What is your favorite airline?
In 2007 Flybe transports more than 7 million passengers.
It is a low-cost airline that operates mainly in Italy with connections in some European states, including Spain.
TUIfly resulted in the summer of 2007 from the merger between Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX) and Hapagfly. Almost 10 million passengers have used TUIfly flights in 2009.
In 2007, Monarch Airlines was voted “Leisure Airline of the Year” by the Travel Trade Gazette travel portal.
Germanwings today covers more than 60 destinations in Europe and is the direct competition of other famous low-cost companies such as Ryanair, TUIfly, etc ...
Transavia transports about 4.5 million passengers a year to holiday destinations in Europe and Africa.
Virgin Atlantic is well known for its flights to New York but we also fly between the United Kingdom and the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, Australia, as well as other destinations in the USA.
In 2007, Airberlin transported more than 27.9 million passengers. The airline has approximately 8,000 employees.
Spanair currently operates more than 200 daily flights. It is the second airline of Spain with 104 million passengers transported to this day.
Air Europa makes 200 daily flights, especially on Spanish routes, half of these flights have as their origin or destination the Madrid-Barajas airport.
Ryanair is one of the most profitable airlines in the world. Created in 1985 with its head office in Irlada, Ryanair has more than 350 routes between 150 airports and makes approximately 1000 flights a day. The number of routes from Spain amounts to more than 200.
In 2004 Vueling inaugurates its first flight. In just 4 years, the company transports more than 14,000,000 passengers with approximately 150 daily flights.
Easyjet performs operations on more than 380 routes throughout Europe. Born in 1995 and is based at London Luton Airport.