What kind of airline is Volotea?

independent airlines
Volotea was founded in 2011 by Carlos Munoz and Lázaro Ros, previously founders of Vueling, is one of the fastest-growing independent airlines in Europe, increasing year-on-year its fleet, routes served, and seats offered. And this year it reached 40 million passengers carried in Europe.

Is Volotea a good company?

Volotea is ranked as a 3-star low-cost airline by SkyTrax. SkyTrax is a certified international airlines & airports rating organization offers industry reviews and ratings.

When can you check in for volotea flights?

The check-in desk opens 2 hours (2 hours and 30 minutes in Nantes) before the departure of the flight and closes 35 minutes before the flight departure.

What is mega volotea?

Megavolotea and Megavolotea Plus are services for Volotea clients that offer additional flight benefits. If you are a Megavolotea or Megavolotea Plus member, you can travel at cheaper prices, receive exclusive, personalized offers, enjoy special discounts, access promotions before basic users, and much more!

Do you have to pay for seats on volotea?

If you don’t want to choose your seat, we will allocate you one at random, free of charge. At check-in, we’ll assign you an available seat at random. You can check which seats have been allocated from four days before your flight, and get your boarding passes.

Is volotea Italian?

Volotea [bo. loˈte. a] is a Spanish low-cost airline registered in Castrillón, Asturias, Spain with bases in Spain, Italy, France and Greece.

Can I cancel Megavolotea?

If you want to unsubscribe from your Megavolotea or Megavolotea Plus account, you can do so from your user profile, in the section “Your profile – Megavolotea”. Once the service has been canceled, you will receive an email confirming that the process has been successfully completed.

When can you check-in for volotea flights?

Who is volotea owned by?

Organization. Volotea is a fast-growing company with nowadays over 1,200 employees across more than 10 bases. The airlines’ shares are still owned by the founders, Carlos Muñoz and Lázaro Ros, who have a combined stake in the airline of 26%.