Binter Launches New ‘Discover’ Product, allowing Guests to Visit Two Islands on the Same Trip
Binter has launched a new product called ‘Discover’ which allows travelers to visit two islands on the same trip for a small extra cost. When purchasing a return ticket, customers can choose between making a stop on one of two routes and the duration, up to seven days.
On Tuesday (June 14, 2022), Binter announced the launch of a new product called ‘Discover’ which allows guests to visit two islands on the same trip for a small extra charge. When purchasing a return ticket, customers can choose between making a stop on one of the two routes as well as the duration of the stay, up to a maximum of seven days. The stopover can be made at Binter’s hubs in Gran Canaria and Tenerife, and combined with a stay on the rest of the islands in the archipelago including El Hierro, La Palma, La Gomera, Fuerteventura and Lancelot.
With the new option, Binter makes it easier for customers to create more interesting itineraries for only €40 more. The carrier will also soon introduce exclusive offers at shops, restaurants hotels and car rentals at the ‘stopover’ islands. Binter’s guests enjoy a premium onboard experience with exceptional customer service and benefits such as a gourmet onboard snack and a comfortable trip aboard a modern fleet of aircraft. The new Discover product is now available for booking via all sales channels. For additional information, please click here.
Founded in 1989, Binter began flying in the Canary Islands archipelago with service connecting the islands and a clear focus on public service. In 2005, the airline began to operate flights outside of the Canary Islands with the goal of offering direct connections to other markets. In 2018, the airline began regular service to national destinations, first to Mallorca and Vigo, and later to Pamplona, Zaragoza, Murcia, Santander, Vitoria, Asturias and Jerez de la Frontera. Binter has since substantially expanded their domestic and international network, and for summer 2022 will offer up to 200 weekly flights from the Canary Islands to 31 airports.