Vueling board votes to accept IAG offer

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The board of Spanish based Vueling airlines voted yesterday to accept an offer from IAG, the owners of BA and Iberia.

The Vueling brand is not well known in the UK, but they do have daily flights A Coruna, Bilbao, Barcelona, Florence, Galicia, Majorca and Vigo.

Their route map is quite extensive, and they operate a mixture of A319 and A320 aircraft. Some routes are seasonal.

You can already earn points with Iberia Plus for their flights, although not on their cheapest fares – let’s hope Avios points will be added soon.

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Their credit card charges are pretty steep:
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  1. Why? The Inside of the planes are designed for short spaniards. It is PAINFUL flying with them. No space for your legs. It’s for folks shorter than 165cm.

  2. ๐Ÿ™‚ cheers! think if AIG were getting into the Airline business we had better stick to walking as planes would start falling out of the sky lol

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