Vueling A320. Courtesy, VY Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling (VY) CEO Alex Cruz has vowed that Barcelona El Prat (BCN) will overtake Frankfurt Airport(FRA) as Europe’s leading airport for short-haul flights in 2014. Over the past two summers, VY has added 45 new routes from BCN, which it claims has positioned the airport as No. 2 in Europe by number of short-haul flights. Building on this growth, VY has announced plans to add another 28 new routes in 2013, taking it to more ...

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