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Spanair S.A. (better known simply as Spanair) was a Spanish airlines, based in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, with its head office near Barcelona. In January 2011, it announced that it was in “Emergency Financial Situation” , but by January 27, 2012 it cease operations.
Palma’s Son Sant Joan International Airport is only considered a focus city. Spanair’s main hubs are Barajas International Airport in Madrid and El Prat International Airport in Barcelona. Tenerife North Airport is a second focus city. Spanair is a subsidiary of Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and flies to more than 25 destinations throughout Europe and into West Africa.
Through its association with the wider network of the SAS system, passengers on Spanair are able to reach many more destinations all over the world besides simply those to which Spanair flies on its own. The airline is adding new routes to its network in 2007, including daily flights from Madrid to Algiers and Casablanca, from Bilbao to Jerez and from Barcelona to Algiers.
Spanair is a member of the Star Alliance airline alliance. The airline’s fleet is primarily made up of Airbus aircraft, though there are several McDonnell Douglas airplanes in the fleet as well.