So far this year, new direct flight routes to Barcelona have been announced, opening up possibilities for business, tourism, and cultural exchange.
Singapore, Shenzhen and Dallas are the main cities that have recently declared direct flight to Barcelona, fostering exchanges and cooperation in all areas.
Singapore Airlines restores direct flights between Barcelona and Singapore in 2024
Starting in June 2024, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will reinstate its pre-pandemic schedule of two weekly flights per week from Singapore to Barcelona.
Singapore Airlines will operate direct flights connecting Singapore and Barcelona from June 2024, to October 2024. This service will offer travelers flexibility in choosing departure days to align with their schedules, with the Airbus A350-900LH serving as the aircraft for both directions of travel.
Shenzhen Airlines flies “sister city” route to Barcelona
Shenzhen Airlines recently launched its direct service to Barcelona from Shenzhen, in South China’s populous Guangdong province. The Shenzhen – Barcelona route has already been inaugurated and operates as a twice-weekly round trip on Mondays and Fridays.
Barcelona and Shenzhen became “sister cities” in 2021 and the route is part of the cooperation between the cities. That relationship is reported to cover science, technology, culture, tourism and trade.
The new route will be Shenzhen Airlines’ second direct flight to Europe after its London Heathrow route was inaugurated in 2018.
American Airlines adds a new non-stop flight from Dallas to Barcelona in June 2024
North Texans will soon have a new way to get to Spain. American Airlines has announced new flights from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to Barcelona for next summer. As of June 2024, there will be a daily summer seasonal service from Dallas to Barcelona.
The Fort Worth-based carrier also announced new nonstop flights to Denmark, Italy and France from Philadelphia.
Barcelona’s exceptional geographical location and infrastructures make it a city well connected with the rest of the world. Just a few cities in the world have an international airport, a port, and a platform for free trade and logistics activities within a radius of just five kilometers. Barcelona is one of them. It is also part of the Mediterranean Corridor, which crosses six European Union countries and covers more than 6,000 kilometers.