Spain-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Vueling is to launch three new interline agreements with long-haul carriers Cathay Pacific, Hainan Airlines and Royal Jordanian. The new arrangements will largely focus on Rome’s Fiumicino Airport, Vueling’s major hub outside Spain, from where it has connections to 65 destinations. This will offer additional connections to long-haul flights arriving at Fiumicino, making it a European gateway for the three airlines. The arrangement is unusual ...

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