Volotea, the low cost airline created by the founders of Vueling, Carlos Muñoz and Lázaro Ros, has sold over 100,000 tickets in the first seven weeks. The airline took off on April 5th from Marco Polo airport in Venice, its first operative base and now connects over 50 different destinations such as: Ajaccio, Ancona, Oviedo, Biarritz, Bilbao, Genoa, Kos, Metz-Nancy, Mykonos, Nantes, Olbia, Porto, Palermo, Rhodes, Santiago de Compostela, Santorini, Zaragoza, Verona among others. "After a good start of operations in Italy, where in three weeks we had transported over 10,000 passengers on domestic flights, we are pleased to expand operations to international destinations. Spain occupies a very important part of our strategy: this summer, nearly half of our routes will operate from Spanish airports, allowing us to make a significant contribution to the recovery of our tourism sector" said Carlos Muñoz, co-founder and CEO of Volotea. During this summer season, Volotea will operate the total of 76 routes in 53 cities in 10 European countries: Germany, Czech Republic, Croatia, Spain, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Portugal.