The Cabildo of Lanzarote has welcomed this Saturday, July 2nd, the first flight operated by Binter that arrived from the Island from Funchal. Flight NT 971 at the César Manrique-Lanzarote Airport at 4:15 p.m. and the CEO of the Tourist Centres, Benjamín Perdomo, was present at the reception.
The president and Minister of Tourism of the Cabildo de Lanzarote, María Dolores Corujo, highlighted the company's commitment to the population of Lanzarote and the importance of the new entry into operation of the Funchal destination that offers a new route for the summer.
The counselor, highlighted the importance of this new connection "for the creation and strengthening of a link between two culturally very rich areas and that, surely, will contribute to making Lanzarote's charms more and more known outside our borders. ”.
"We are grateful that the company has launched this route, as it combines with the strategy aimed at diversifying tourism activity," he said.
In addition, Perdomo pointed out that "we want the airline to continue with its expansion in connections between islands" and expresses its confidence "in incorporating new routes between Lanzarote and other destinations in the future."
Marketing Director of Binter, Miguel Ángel Suárez, highlighted the effort made by the company to open new direct connections with destinations that were not connected until now with the Canary Islands . "Our goal is focused on facilitating travel to and from the Islands, to continue betting on the connectivity of the Archipelago and the promotion of tourism," he said.
He hopes that this route will be attractive to everyone, in both directions, given the infinity of plans and activities that can be developed in these destinations.