Airport Weeze publishes summer flight schedule

Photo: Airport Weeze.
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Airport Weeze publishes summer flight schedule

Photo: Airport Weeze.
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Flights can now be booked from Weeze Airport for the summer of 2022. There are a total of 33 goals in the new program.

Up to 94 departures per week are planned. “We have been seeing a clear upward trend in passenger numbers in Weeze for months. We are confident that we can continue the upswing in the coming year, ”says Sebastian Papst, Managing Director at Weeze Airport. In addition to well-known destinations such as Bari and Pescara (Italy), Barcelona and Malaga (Spain) or Faro and Porto (Portugal), there are also new destinations in the summer flight schedule. The newcomer Green Airlines will start its domestic flights as early as February. The airline flies to Munich and Berlin. From April it will also go to the German holiday island of Sylt.

Every Thursday and Sunday the low-cost carrier Corendon Airlines sets course for Antalya on the Turkish Riviera. Ryanair, the main operator at Weeze Airport, has also further optimized the range of flights. From the end of March, the holiday island of Mallorca will now be going twice a day. Beziers in the south of France will be served on Tuesdays and Saturdays from spring. Ryanair also added another weekly flight to its flights to Fez in Morocco and Zagreb in Croatia.

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