Africa-Press – Cape verde. The airline Binter today resumes its international air route that connects Cape Verde to the Canary Islands, in a journey of just over two and a half hours. The inaugural flight arrives in Sal this evening.
The inaugural flight will depart from Gran Canaria Airport (LPA) at 11:00 pm to Amílcar Cabral International Airport (SID), to land in Sal at 11:35 pm, from where it will take off again at 00:35 am on Wednesday.
As a novelty, says Binter, on flights from Africa, passengers will be able to enjoy two Canary Islands on the same trip, for an additional 10 euros, through Discover, Binter’s stopover.
10 routes in West Africa
This summer, assures the same source, the company will connect the Canary Islands to ten destinations in West Africa, operating routes to Fez, Marrakech, Agadir, Guelmim, El Aaiún (all Moroccan cities, Dakhla (Western Sahara) Nuakchot (Mauritania) and Dakar. (Senegal).
The flights are carried out with jet aircraft from the manufacturer Embraer, with a configuration for 132 passengers.
Tickets can be purchased through the company’s usual sales channels, on binter.pt , or through travel agencies.