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Saturday, October 18, 2008
 

Spanish airline LTE suspends services


The Spanish low-cost airline LTE said Friday that it was suspending services because it could not cover the cost of operating.

A statement on its Web site Friday said the 20-year-old company with bases in Palma de Mallorca, the Canary Islands and Milan, Italy was "doing everything to minimize the impact of this suspension of services on its clients and providers."

It added that "it just was not possible to avoid this situation given world events lately."

The company which runs flights from Spain to England, Italy and Saudi Arabia, has 300 employees and a fleet of seven Airbus 320s.

nytimes.com

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Saturday, September 13, 2008
 

Futura seeks administration, suspends flights


Spanish charter airline Futura International Airways suspended flights for a day on Monday as it filed for administration, Spain's transport and infrastructure ministry said.

reuters.com

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Thursday, August 21, 2008
 

More than 150 die as tourist plane crashes in Spain


A total of 153 people have been confirmed dead and 19 injured after a jet owned by the troubled Spanair airline overshot a runway at Madrid's international airport and exploded into flames.

theage.com.au

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Friday, February 01, 2008
 

Airlines Vueling, Clickair in merger talks


Spanish low-cost airlines Vueling and Clickair are in preliminary merger talks to create Spain's third biggest carrier, newspaper Expansion reported on Tuesday, quoting sources close to negotiations.


reuters.com

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Wednesday, September 26, 2007
 

Low cost airlines capture 40.2 pct Spanish market share in August


Low-cost airlines transported a total of 2.7 mln passengers to Spain in August, up 42.9 pct from a year earlier, and representing 40.2 pct of the total passenger arrivals by air, the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism said.

forbes.com

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Tuesday, September 11, 2007
 

Europe's largest low cost airlines step up competition in Spain


Europe's two biggest low-cost airlines, Ryanair and easyJet, have stepped up their competition in Spain, forcing down fares and causing turbulence for the nation's domestic carriers like Iberia.

afp.google.com

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