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Catalan airline company Vueling transports more than 11 million passengers in 2010

It is a record figure for the company and represents a 35 percent increase in passengers since 2009. Vueling plans to offer 10.5 million seats for the 2011 summer season, almost 7% more than the same period in 2009. The company plans to open new bases in Amsterdam and Toulouse to foster its international growth.

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12 January 2011 10:52 PM

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ACN / Josep Ramon Torné

Barcelona (ACN).- Vueling transported 11,036,183 passengers in 2010. This figure represents 35% more passengers than the figure recorded in 2009, despite the volcano ash cloud and some air controllers\u2019 strikes. The figures are positive compared to 2009 records, despite a small passenger decrease in the last term of the year. Overall, the figure confirms Vueling\u2019s growth. The company plans to offer 10.5 million seats for the next summer season (between March and October), compared to the 9.8 million that they offered in 2009 at the same time. In the next few months, Vueling will open 2 new operating bases in order to strengthen its international presence, one in Amsterdam and one in Toulouse.


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  • An airplane from Vueling landing at Barcelona's airport (by ACN)

  • An airplane from Vueling landing at Barcelona's airport (by ACN)