Pullmantur and its airline division, Pullmantur Air (Madrid), has introduced a new corporate brand although (so far) no aircraft have been repainted.
According to the group (translated from Spanish) the company is described as:
Pullmantur is a leading tourism group in Europe and Latin America, with a track record of over 40 years, which includes the following lines of business: cruises, tour operation, terrestrial circuits and city tours, MICE, scheduled and charter aircraft, and a network retail travel agencies.
Pullmantur Cruises of Spain, navigating with a modern fleet of five vessels with capacity for more than 12,000 daily passengers. In the tour-operating area, the company offers vacation packages to the Caribbean and terrestrial circuits in Europe and Africa. The group operates Pullmantur Air with its four Boeing 747-400s which operates scheduled and charter flights to the Caribbean, carrying half a million passengers a year.
In its retail division, Nautalia Travel integrates with more than 200 outlets in Spain.
The group, based in Madrid, employs more than 7,000 professionals, and has sales offices in Brazil and France, where it operates through the brand Croisières de France – and sales offices in Mexico and Portugal. Currently generates more than 65% of its business in international markets and is the choice resort for more than 1 million customers per year worldwide.
Since 2006, the group is part of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (Miami).
Images: Pullmantur Air.
Pullmantur Air (see the current livery):