Thursday, June 26, 2014
Ceiba Intercontinental: the Malabo-Madrid schedule, 2013
A web advertisement for the Equatoguinean state carrier, Ceiba Intercontinental, which currently limits its operations to connecting the tiny, oil-rich island state to its linguistic and colonial capital, Madrid. The Wikipedia article lists a number of other destinations, which recursively references Timetablist's earlier post of Ceiba's schedule from 2011 as proof of its wider reach, although the Wikipedia post supposes the airline to fly to Sao Paulo, Brazil, which it does not at all do. The airline's website, from whence the 2011 table originated, is currently out of service, so that doesn't help clarify the matter, either. The Malabo-Madrid serves is at least twice-weekly, with a wet-leased B777, as the airline itself is black-listed by the European Union and banned from the European airspace.