New flights in 2018

Posted on 13 December 2017

New Year is almost upon us, which means two things: you will fail to keep up with all those unrealistic resolutions like giving up chocolate, and you will soon have even more flights to Spain to choose from. Just when you thought heading on a viewing trip or spending a long weekend in your new home once it’s finally yours couldn’t get any easier, the nice people at Primera Air, EasyJet and Ryanair are adding more flights to their schedules. And it’s a good job too, given the vast number of visitors who are drawn to the Spanish sun each year – 75.6 million last year alone in case you were wondering.

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The low-cost Irish carrier, which claims to be Europe’s number one airline, is launching a new twice-weekly service from Bristol to Valencia as part of its summer 2018 schedule, and it’s going to be very affordable. Ryanair’s Lauren Hennessy explained: “We are releasing seats for sale from just £29.99 for travel from March to April”. This is great news for anyone considering purchasing a property in or around the city.


One of budget airline EasyJet’s 20 exciting routes for summer 2018 will include a seven days a week service from London Luton airport to Reus, for as little as £32.76 one-way. This opens the door to both the Costa Dorada and the Costa Brava.

Primera Air

Icelandic airline Primera Air is gearing up for the introduction of a major new daily service from Birmingham to Majorca and Malaga’s Costa del Sol airport, on Boeing 737-800 Next Generation aircraft, which contain 189 seats. According to the airline’s owner and president, Andri Már Ingólfsson, “Flights to Majorca and Malaga will improve the leisure flight schedule for travellers to already beloved destinations”. This convenience won’t dent the property budget either, with prices starting at just £35.

If you’re in the process of booking flights for your viewing trip to Spain next year, click here to download the Spain Buying Guide. It’s completely FREE and packed with great advice. 

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