Canaryfly return to operations today
Canaryfly, the low-cost airline in the Canary Islands has resumed its operation today (Wednesday 1st July), after more than 3 months without flying due to the global health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The airline returns to operations having sold more than 30,000 seats already for July and August.
Their first flight took off on time at 7:00 am from Gran Canaria to Lanzarote, there were 60 passengers on flight PM703 and they were greeted at the airport by a group of the airline staff who applauded them and had banners the said:
“Gracias por ayudarnos a volver” "Thank you for helping us to return."
"It was really exciting," said Alberto Rodríguez Padrón, the pilot of the flight. "We felt as if we were being born again and this is the least we could do to symbolize the gratitude of the entire team to the Canarian residents who continue to bet on Canaryfly to fly between islands and who have demonstrated the maximum understanding with the exceptional situation and complicated that we have lived during these last months ”.
The airline has 20 daily flights connecting Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and La Palma. Since the beginning of June, the airline has put on sale nearly 50,000 seats per month, of which more than 17,000 are offered on www.canaryfly.es with the SuperPrice fare, from € 5 each way.