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When booking Direct flights, please bear in mind that almost all villa rentals run from Saturday to Saturday between May and October and we recommend that you contact us to find your perfect villa before you book your flights. When you have found the property you want, we would be pleased to hold it for you for a few hours to give you time to get your flights booked.

Emirates inaugurates A380 VIP service to Amsterdam DUBAI — Emirates is the first carrier to offer a scheduled A380 service to the Netherlands, after just two years since its first direct flights to Amsterdam Schiphol airport Emirates’ A380 route network has extended to the Netherlands today with the launch of services to Amsterdam Schiphol airport. The double decker will operate as EK 0147, departing Dubai to Amsterdam daily, and will become the 19th A380 destination among a host of major cities around the world.

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Emirates inaugurates A380 VIP service to Amsterdam

DUBAI — Emirates is the first carrier to offer a scheduled A380 service to the Netherlands, after just two years since its first flight to Amsterdam Schiphol airport

Emirates’ A380 route network has extended to the Netherlands today with the launch of services to Amsterdam Schiphol airport. Direct Flights

The double decker will operate as EK 0147, departing Dubai to Amsterdam daily, and will become the 19th A380 destination among a host of major cities around the world.

“After progressively building up services to the Netherlands over a course of two years, Emirates is responding to strong demand by bringing its flagship aircraft to one of Europe’s most important trading and logistics hubs, adding much-needed seat capacity –Direct Flights more than 2,000 seats a week- which will stimulate further tourism and trade between the Netherlands, UAE and beyond. The A380 is central to the Emirates strategy. Our orders represent a sizable chunk of the total programme worldwide and Emirates has played a key role in the design and performance characteristics of the aircraft, which have become our signature markers in the industry,” said Thierry Antinori, Emirates’ Executive Vice President, Passenger Sales Worldwide.

“We are seamlessly connecting passengers to our extensive route network which includes 10 Indian cities, 21 African destinations, and key points across the Far East and Australia. Emirates is also enabling customers to continue their A380 experience via our hub in Dubai to popular destinations like Sydney, Bangkok and Hong Kong,” he added.

The Dutch capital is the 5th largest economy in the Eurozone, known for its key role as a logistics and trade centre. The UAE and the Netherlands have a buoyant trade relationship which reached AED 6.2 billion (US $1.7 billion) in 2011.

Emirates SkyCargo has been serving Amsterdam with freighters for more than 17 years and flowers picked up from Africa, bound for auction in the Netherlands, are amongst the key commodities carried. This is in addition to fruits and vegetables, silk, leather, and telecoms equipment, amongst other commodities. Over 16.5 million kgs of cargo was carried between Dubai and Amsterdam Schiphol airport in 2011. direct flights

Joining Antinori on the inaugural A380 service from Dubai was Mr. Kees van Spronsen, Consul General of the Netherlands in the UAE, Mr Rob Broere, Vice President – IT Passenger Services Systems and Passenger Experience, Emirates, along with other VIP guests and representatives from the Dutch media. The A380 inaugural flight was led by Dutch Captain Finn Zwager and Dutch First Officer Johan Rypma, who proudly waved their native country’s flag upon arrival.

The Emirates delegation was welcomed with an arrival reception at Schiphol Airport with guests including Theo Weterings, Mayor Municipality of Haarlemmermeer and Hanne Buis, Head of Aviation Marketing, Schiphol Group.

Emirates is the largest A380 operator in the world and has now carried more than 10 million passengers and has flown more than 150 million kilometres since the double decker was introduced to its fleet in August 2008. The airline’s A380 operations are supported by more than 3,000 dedicated cabin crew, and Emirates’ direct flights state-of-the-art facilities at Dubai International Airport direct flights will soon be augmented by the opening of the world’s first dedicated A380 terminal early next year.

The carrier’s 22 A380s now serve Amsterdam, Auckland, Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong, Jeddah, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, London Heathrow direct flights , Manchester, Munich, New York JFK, Paris, Rome, Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney, Toronto, Tokyo, with Melbourne direct flights set to launch on 1st October and Moscow on 1st December.

Each Emirates’ A380 offers an Onboard Lounge on the upper deck direct flights for Premium Class passengers to meet, relax and do business. First Class passengers direct flights have the added luxury of two Onboard Shower Spas.

On the Dubai-Amsterdam direct flights route, the aircraft is arranged in a three-class configuration with 427 seats in Economy Class, 76 fully flat-bed, mini-pods in Business Class and 14 First Class Private Suites. Passengers across all cabins can lose themselves in the more than 1,400 channels of ice, Emirates’ award-winning Digital Widescreen inflight entertainment system. They can also stay connected to the internet throughout their journey with high speed Wi-Fi access.

Passengers travelling with Emirates on the A380 and all its other aircraft benefit from a generous baggage allowance of 30kg in Economy, 40kg in Business and 50 kg in First.

EK 147 leaves Dubai at 0825hrs and arrives in Amsterdam Schiphol airport at 1330hrs. The return double decker VIP service, EK148, departs Amsterdam at 1530hrs and lands in Dubai at 2359hrs.

Emirates has a fleet of 178 aircraft flying direct flights to more than 120 destinations in 74 countries and has a further 225 aircraft on order worth over US $62 billion. Over the course of the next few months, Emirates will launch a further five destinations: Erbil, Washington direct flights, D.C, Lyon, Adelaide and Warsaw.

Ibiza has one airport which is situated 7.5 km from the capital. Direct flights to Ibiza from the UK operate between April and October although Ryan air do fly three times a week in low season and the journey should take a little over two hours. direct flights

British Airways – www.ba.com
They offer flights to Ibiza via Barcelona or Madrid all year around from:
London Heathrow
London Gatwick – direct flights from April

Easyjet – www.easyjet.com Direct flights
London Gatwick – Jet2 Flights from April
London Stansted – Thompson Flights from April
Liverpool – easyJet Flights from July
Newcastle – direct flights from July

Air Berlin – www.airberlin.com
London Stansted – direct flights from April

Jet 2 – www.Jet2.com
Leeds Bradford – easyJet Flights from May
Manchester – direct flights from May

Iberia – www.iberia.com direct flights
London Heathrow via Barcelona
Birmingham International via Barcelona

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Ryanair http://www.ryanair.com/nl http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryanair

Easyjet http://www.easyjet.com

Transavia http://www.transavia.com

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Klm Flight from Amsterdam – Ibiza

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Direct Flights From May to October charter airlines fly from several UK airports.

Thomas Cook www.flyThomasCook.com – Direct flights from April
Thomson www.thomsonfly.com – Direct flights from May
Monarch http://www.monarch.co.uk Direcht Flights from May

 

Private Jets direct flights
As part of our concierge service, we will be more than happy to help you with pricing and bookings of private jets from anywhere in the world to Ibiza; just contact us for more details.

 

Direct flights Flying to Ibiza in Low Season
From November to March, Ryanair flies direct from London Stansted three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.There are no other direct flights from the UK to Ibiza. However, you can still get there via Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia or Palma.
We recommend Easyjet via Mallorca as the route with the shortest stop over times.

 

direct flights Flying to Ibiza from North America
Most transatlantic flights to Spain go to Madrid from where connecting flights to Ibiza can be taken.

 

direct flights Flying to Ibiza from mainland Spain
You will find direct flights from Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Alicante and Palma.
Iberia www.iberia.com
Spanair www.spanair.com
Air Europa www.aireuropa.com

Travelling to Ibiza by Ferry

www.trasmediterranea.es

Barcelona – Ibiza 8 hours
Denia – Ibiza 2.5 hours
Palma – Ibiza 2.5 hours.
Valencia -Ibiza 3 hours

www.baleria.com

Barcelona – Ibiza 7 hours Palma – Ibiza 4 hours Valencia – Ibiza 6 hours or 3 hours on the fast ferry

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