Madrid - The only Airbus A350-900 ordered by the Spanish charter operator Evelop Airlines is expected to enter service next year in May, on routes connecting Madrid to Cancun, Havana and Punta Cana.

The assembly of the first A350-900 (MSN293) of the Spanish company has not yet started in Toulouse, and the cabin configuration of the aircraft is not known yet, but Evelop Airlines intends to deploy its A350-900 initially on three transatlantic routes next spring from Madrid.

Evelop's new A350-900 will start scheduled flights to Havana-José Marti airport in Cuba from May 1st, 2019, to Cancun in Mexico from May 3rd and then to Punta Cana in the Republic Dominican from the next day.

The airline currently operates two A330-300 with 388 and an A320. In addition to the three destinations above, the company offers charter flights to Mauritius and Lisbon.