Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has struck an agreement to sell Spanish leisure airline Air Europa’s flights on, paving the way for a connecting flight tie-up between the two airlines. From May 23, passengers will be able to book 20 Air Europa long-haul routes from Madrid via Ryanair’s website. Ryanair already has a network of over 50 short-haul routes to and from the Spanish airport. Ryanair will sell Air Europa flights to 16 countries in North, Central and South ...

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