In 2003, Carlos founded Vueling Airlines (today one of the largest low-cost airlines in Europe, with over 100 million passengers carried), where he served as CEO
from 2003 to 2007, leading the company to a successful flotation in the stock market in late 2006.
Carlos holds a degree in Business Administration from Madrid’s ICADE (University of Comillas, 1992) majoring in Finance, and an MBA (1998) from the Harvard Business School.
He started his professional career in the family-run company Antonio Muñoz y Cía. (AMC). After his MBA, he moved to San Francisco, California, as a consultant for McKinsey.
From 2009 to 2011, Carlos prepared his second airline project, Volotea, which started operations on 5 April 2012. Carlos gathered a team of first rate investors and professionals with vast experience in the airline industry.
Volotea connects medium- and small-sized European cities with non-stop flights at very competitive prices.
In 2017, Volotea will count on 28 aircraft (18 Boeing 717s and 10 Airbus319), serving over 240 routes that link 79 cities in 16 countries, with budget prices, offering a good client experience and working with the local communities. Good service at low cost.”