The low-cost airline Ryanair officially opened the Nuremberg base operated by its subsidiary Malta Air on Tuesday. In the 2022 summer timetable, the carrier will offer 29 routes from the Franconian airport. Among them are 15 new goals.
During midsummer, the low-cost company will operate around 90 flights a week from this airport. New destinations include Banja Luka, Bologna, Cagliari, Chania, Dublin, Faro, Girona, Ibiza, Lamezia, Madeira, Ponta Delgada, Sofia, Tallinn, Valencia and Venice.
“Ryanair's involvement in Nuremberg will significantly enrich our route network: Private and business travelers will benefit from the balanced mix of tourist destinations around the Mediterranean, attractive city connections and destinations for family visits in Central and Eastern Europe. But it is also good news for the Nuremberg hotel, catering and retail trade, because many travelers from abroad will come to us in the Nuremberg metropolitan region on board Ryanair and take advantage of our attractive tourist offer," explains Airport Manager Michael Hupe.
Ryanair's Marketing Director Dara Brady said: "Ryanair is delighted to announce its largest flight schedule for Nuremberg, offering over 90 weekly flights on 29 routes, including 15 new routes to fantastic destinations such as Chania, Valencia and Dublin. The opening of this base and the launch of these new routes from Nuremberg underscores our commitment to better connectivity, more travel options and more inbound traffic into the region as Ryanair now offers 28 per cent more capacity than before the pandemic. We are delighted to open this new base and strengthen our relationship with Nuremberg Airport, which will now host a fleet of two Ryanair aircraft.”
The following will be newly offered in the 2022 summer timetable:
- Banja Luka
- Ponta Delgada