The new Super Break service starts in March and will be the first time an airliner has flown direct to Seville from the Welsh capital.
The launch of the new chartered service will provide a major boost to holidaymakers and businesses with interests in the Andalucian region.
This is the second chartered flight service to launch from Cardiff Airport by Super Break, following the success of its Northern Iceland offering that went on sale earlier this year.
Deb Barber, CEO of Cardiff Airport, said: “This exciting and unique package is the second and very welcome announcement made by the Super Break recently. It’s great to see the popular tour operator tailoring packages for our customers offered at convenient times.
“The Easter break is an ideal time of year to explore and experience everything this stunning Andalusian region is known around the world for. We look forward to more exciting announcements from Super Break in future.”
Katherine Scott from Super Break added: “At Super Break we take pride in providing travel experiences out of the ordinary, and this new break to Andalusia means that customers can go straight to the heart of Spanish culture that is Seville and Andalusia.
“We’ve also made sure there are plenty of experiences included in the price so that our customers can get the most out of their tailored trip. The traditions, cuisine and culture of this beautiful region really does mean holidaymakers can have it all.”
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