A pioneering and amazing heart op on a premature baby from Murcia has been carried out in Barcelona. Baby Sherezade was born at just 32 weeks with a malfunctioning heart valve. In short, oxygen rich blood from her lungs couldn’t reach her heart. The baby, weighing just 1,5 kilos, was not expected to survive a single day. But doctors at Murcia hospital had a plan:
Vueling, currently operating a three times a week service to Barcelona, has confirmed that as from October the service will be upped to daily. Finally, some good news to offset the rest. The flights continue to be at the same time, but will be daily from Monday to Sunday, leaving Almeria at 12.25 and reaching Barcelona at 13.45. The credit here is due to the local tourism board of Almería, which actually concentrates on ways Continue reading Vueling ups Almeria – Barcelona flights to daily
Air nostrum has announced that the daily flight from Almeria to Barcelona will stop in September
This summer, you can fly to: Nationally: Oviedo, Bilbao, Santander, Santiago de Compostela, Zaragoza, Barcelona, Madrid, Melilla, Palma de Mallorca & Seville; Internationally: Niederrhein, Ámsterdam, Birmingham, Londres, Manchester, Luxemburgo, Nottingham, Estocolmo, Bruselas, Bratislava, Kosice, Praga, Brno, Reikiavik & Varsovia According to AENA, the airports operator. However, many of the international flights are charter only, operated by travel agents. The only international regular scheduled flights are to Niederrhein, Bruselas, Birmingham, Londres, Manchester & Nottingham.
Vueling, the low cost operator, has confirmed that as from the 27th of March it will operate a thrice-weekly flight from Almeria to Barcelona. Flying Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, it will leave Barcelona at 11 am with the return flight from Almeria at 12,50. Prices start from 44,99€ one way.
An unfortunate fellow has expired after a lady jumped from a seventh floor window in Barcelona and landed on him. Man dies after suicide lands on him Ouch.
Renault in Barcelona is enjoying strong sales – so much they’ve announced they’re adding an extra shift in their Barcelona factory to ramp up production. It’s all to do with Germany, France and the UK offering cashback deals for new cars, it seems.