Airports: Binter debuts in Italy with Turin Canary – Piedmont flight

Airports: Binter debuts in Italy with Turin Canary – Piedmont flight
Airports: Binter debuts in Italy with Turin Canary – Piedmont flight

Two weekly direct from the Spanish company all year round

(ANSA) – TURIN, 04 JUL – First connection of the Spanish airline Binter with Italy. The Turin – Gran Canaria route officially launches the company’s first operations. The new direct connections to the Canary Islands will be operational from Turin all year round with two weekly frequencies, on Tuesdays and Saturdays: Flights will depart Turin at 16:20 to arrive at Gran Canaria Airport at 19:40 local time .

From Gran Canaria, travelers can continue their journey to their final destination. For all routes, Binter allows you to reach one of the Canary Islands as a destination – Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Tenerife, El Hierro, La Gomera, La Palma – at no additional cost, taking advantage of connecting flights, thanks to over 170 connections that the company operates every day between the islands ..

“For Binter this new adventure is a real challenge, given the complicated situation generated by the health crisis due to Covid 19; despite this, we wanted to focus on connections and the revival of tourism in both areas, also starting the route from a ‘ another Italian city, Venice “, explains Valentina De Rosa, Area manager of Binter. “We are very pleased to be able to expand the network of connections from Turin. This is an important investment, which gives a positive signal in a particularly complicated moment for the air transport sector and for tourism”, underlines Andrea Andorno, CEO of Turin Airport.

Binter also offers direct flights from Turin to Venice and the French cities of Toulouse, Marseille and Lille. (HANDLE).

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