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Fly Ocean

23 Oct 2011

Fly Ocean has announced the launch of three new routes to Asia as well as two new routes to Australia. With the new winter schedule 2011/2012, which is valid since October 19, does fly Ocean offer new daily services to New Delhi, Singapore and Melbourne. New Delhi is fly Ocean's first destination in India and is served with A330-300 and B777-300ER series aircraft. Singapore, yet just served from Madrid, will now additionally be served from fly Ocean's new major hub in Barcelona/El Prat. The service to Melbourne is the longest flight of fly Ocean and will be flown via Santiago de Chile, using B777-300ER. The flight out of Madrid is intend to continue to Melbourne using the same aircraft, whereas passengers coming from Barcelona need to change the aircraft. For passengers, traveling in First- or Business Class does fly Ocean provide a lounge access in Santiago de Chile as well as Melbourne.

With the arrival of another four A330-300, fly Ocean will also launch services from Barcelona to Hong Kong and Bangkok.

Other Schedule News

Fly Ocean recently completed its airline reframing program and integrated its subsidiary CityConnex into fly Ocean. fly Ocean CityConnex operates now a fleet of two Fokker 70 aircraft as well as four A319-100 and is in charge of feeder flights from Spanish regional airports to fly Ocean intercontinental hubs in Barcelona and Madrid. The Fokker 70 aircraft will leave the fleet by the end of this year and will be replaced by ATR72-212 turboprop aircraft.

New Hub In Miami

As part of the expansion program, fly Ocean has opened its first oversea hub in Miami. The airline based at first a single A330-200 in Miami, which will operate mainly connection flights for passengers on flights from Barcelona and Madrid to Caracas and Quito. As soon as fly Ocean receives more slots at Miami, the airline will base additionally three A321-200 series aircraft. In the medium term, fly Ocean plans to operate additional flights from Miami to San Juan, Bogota and Lima.

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