Orbest airline, of the tourism group Orizonia Corporation, will operate from June a total of 18 flights each week from the airports of Granada, Malaga and Seville to major destinations in the Canary Islands, Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Iberworld heir, the previous trademark of Orizonia for charter flights, Orbest responds to a change in business strategy, which involves opening a new sales channel to reach the final customer.
The new brand will sell online the surplus of seats for tour operators. Orbest is a charter airline based in Lisbon, Portugal. It operates long-haul flights to destinations in the Caribbean.
The company has a fleet of 10 planes and has flights from 15 Spanish airports to eight national and five international destinations, including those done in code share with Air Europa.