Evelop Air is set to receive its first and only A350 during Spring 2019. The aircraft recently left the Final Assembly Line and is being painted in Toulouse.

The A350 is MSN 293 and will be registered as EC-NBO. It will be configured in an all-economy class configuration including 432 seats, a 44-seat increase over Evelop’s A330-300s.

The A350 will be deployed on the Madrid-Punta Cana and Madrid-Cancún routes, the airline’s busiest.

Evelop Air started flying five years ago using three aircraft. Now, it owns three A330-300s (EC-LXA, CS-TRH, EC-MII), one A330-200 (EC-MTY), and two A320s. Besides these six aircraft, two more will arrive in 2019: the A350 and another A330-300. 

Evelop’s director, Bruno Claeys, assures that, besides increasing fleet size and capacity, international certification in quality and environmental management was a major milestone for Evelop in 2018.  Evelop joined IATA back in early 2018, which allowed it world-class prestige and higher operational certainty.

Evelop Air was founded in 2013, and it belongs to Avoris Travel, which is integrated into the Barceló group. Evelop operates regular flights to Cancún, Punta Cana, La Habana, and Mauritius. In 2019, the airline will add Zanzibar as its fifth regular destination.

Besides these cities, Evelop also operates charter flights to Jamaica, Samaná, Santa Clara, and several intra-European flights to Mallorca and the Canary Islands. 

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