All kinds of important activities will now be possible for Valencians as the linguistically schitzophrenic airline Vueling announces its direct flights from Valencia to Zurich and back (unless there’s an Interpol order with your name on it).
Eating chocolate, buying cuckoo clocks, talking to cows and yodelling will all be so much easier now, and without having to pass through the metal detectors in Madrid or Barcelona while changing planes or swapping suitcases full of used notes.
Swatch your Swiss bank account grow as you explain to your bank manager and creditors that the crisis has destroyed your once thriving company and you may even have to sell the familiy jewels.
Vueling have flights for all kinds of people with all kinds of tastes in Valencia: you can fly direct to Ámsterdam and legally sample what made Van Gogh see everything in swirling colours, or you can fly direct to Brussels and wonder at what it is like to live in a city with three politicians per square metre.
Paris and Rome are also just a short flight away, but we have nothing snide to say about them.
Rumour has it that Vueling will soon be including circuits on their planes which will allow passengers to do footing.