Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights from Washington Reagan-National to Granada Federico Garcia Lorca
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Spain will not allow entry to inbound travelers that have been in the UK, Brazil or South Africa until at least March 16, with the exception of Spanish nationals and those legally resident in Spain.
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Spain has reopened its borders to travelers from the EU, the Schengen area, and the UK. Travelers arriving from the aforementioned areas are no longer required to present a residency certificate or to self-isolate upon entry into Spain; however they will need to complete an "FCS health control form" 48 hours before arrival at https://www.spth.gob.es/. A QR code generated from the completed form must be presented upon arrival.
Travelers will also undergo a temperature check and visual health assessment.
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Regional authorities in the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera) have introduced three stages of control for domestic arrivals by sea or air to the islands, in addition to those for international arrivals to Spain.
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Travelers are not currently subject to any quarantine requirement unless directed by Spanish authorities upon arrival in Spain due to specific circumstances.
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Restrictions introduced by Spain on passenger travel from the UK from December 22 until January 19 may also apply to those transiting through Spain to other international destinations.
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There are no direct flights for this route listed on KAYAK, the shortest multi-flight duration is 17h 45m.
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Multiple Airlines ($2,266) and American Airlines ($2,276)
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Scores according to KAYAK customer reviews
Cons: "Your seats are too small, but we know the airline industry is not gonna do anything about it."
Cons: "My seat back screen was inoperable. I had other stuff to do, so not a problem although I would have liked having music and movie options. Oh well... In other news, AA’s morning food options are incredibly lame. It’s almost as if they don’t want to sell any food. Finally, can come one tell me where to buy stock in those mediocre little Biscotti cookies they (and every other airline) pass out for free? Must be KILLING it!"
Pros: "Smooth price getting boarding pass and we were anytime sit together"
Cons: "All good"
Cons: "It was amazing"
Pros: "Movie selection was good"
Cons: "Fortunately I ate breakfast before getting on because I was only offered two stale cookies on board"
Cons: "Super crowded boarding area in DCA. Hurried to board, then sat at the gate for 15 minutes after door closed with no mention of being delayed or why we were sitting there. Finally found out the fueling paperwork was missing. This was after being forced to gate check bag in group 6 (and 7,8,9) Then luggage offload in Charlotte took forever, and then was on the wrong belt. Baggage staff in CLT were clueless."
Pros: "Landed in one piece despite weather."
Cons: "WiFi was down"
Cons: "more room, better boarding procedure, on time take off"
Pros: "The pilot did great job.brought us before time."
Cons: "Pay extra for bag :( No video screen No food The check in area was mooved without notice."
Cons: "Flights could be on time. Every one of the 4 flights were late. Also it would be nice to offer a snack that doesnt contain wheat and sugar."
Pros: "Arrived early. Friendly pilot."
Cons: "Attendant did not offer snack choice."
Pros: "Did not experience food or entertainment"
Cons: "Overbooking and worrying I would miss my trip"
Cons: "Mechanical delays caused me to miss my uncle's funeral."
Pros: "Not a challenging process from beginning to end."
Pros: "Perfect from start to finish"
Pros: "Personalities...loved their job. Great to talk to."
Cons: "Bosrdunf staff at DCA. No communication in crowded area"
Cons: "Our audio did not work for movies. The food was super cheap"
Cons: "I was forced to check my carry on luggage. There was no problems on the way up to DC, just on the way back."
Cons: "So many different categories to board!! Same applies to all legs of this trip... it is annoying and completely inefficient."
Pros: "There was surprisingly a great amount of legroom"
Pros: "I think for the most part you have some of the best customer service but your snacks are awful compared to other airlines."
Pros: "Arrived 40 minutes early"
Cons: "Food was not good at all."
Pros: "Lost baggage"
Cons: "They have it arriving with me. But cannot locate it. Normally they would know where it was."
Cons: "Lost connection"
Cons: "Delay. Old airplane with sewer smell in back. Not a great experience."
Cons: "Completely ignored for beverage service"
Pros: "it was easy to check in and short layovers"
Cons: "planes were really old and uncomfortable, I could not sleep at all, the seats are ridiculously small and not fit for a grown up. One of the worst flights ever for sure"
Cons: "Shaky landing."
Cons: "Late late cancelled chaos in reassignment late late One agent threw up hands said I'm done and left with long line of passengers not yet reassigned Person behind me asked why didn't we take Delta?"
Pros: "It did not crash"
Cons: "Delays, baggage loss, how the Airline dealt with both."
Cons: "I was trying to check two bags, and I get three free bags. My one bag was my wife's bike in a case and it as 60 pounds and the other was a suitcase that was only 20. They made us take stuff out of the bike case and move it to the suitcase to get it below 50 pounds. Ridiculously nitpicky. It's the same overall weight..."
Pros: "Thanks Daniel for making my trip to San Diego comfortable!"
Cons: "Didn't get to upgrade to 1st Class, but oh well :)--"
Pros: "Loved the individual seat back entertainment"
Cons: "It was freezing."
Pros: "todo muy bien"
Pros: "All of it"
Cons: "America Airlines...worst service and just a horrible experience"
Pros: "Great customer service and attention"
Cons: "No inflight entertainment"
Cons: "seats were very uncomfortable"
Cons: "Having to check my carry on bag. Brought only a carry on to avoid baggage claim, but was forced to check it anyway. There is NO organization to the boarding process, so in the free-for-all at boarding, people in any boarding group are let through with WAY MORE than 1 carry on and 1 personal item, leaving no room for my bag and I was in group 2 (not sure how many groups there are). Horrible disorganization at boarding. Board from back to front for goodness sake...its common sense."
Pros: "Everyone was amazing. Helpful. Kind professional"
Pros: "The Jacksonville airport"
Cons: "The whole Reagan expierence from check in thru boarding the staff was rude and inefficient"
Pros: "Trip was quick bags came quickly also and everyone very nice!!"
Cons: "Cost of everything in airports!! Ridiculous!!"
Airlines flying from Washington Reagan-National to Granada Federico Garcia Lorca have enacted additional safety measures and adjusted policies to better accommodate travelers. Policies vary by airline.
Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights from Washington Reagan-National to Granada Federico Garcia Lorca
Masks required on board, masks provided on flights from Washington Reagan-National to Granada Federico Garcia Lorca
Social distancing seating
Middle seats unavailable to book on flights from Washington Reagan-National to Granada Federico Garcia Lorca
Testing for antibodies, testing for symptoms for flights from Washington Reagan-National to Granada Federico Garcia Lorca
Waiving of change fees. Search flexible flights from Washington Reagan-National to Granada Federico Garcia Lorca