Autumn holidays: Weeze expects 60.000 passengers

Access to Weeze Airport (Photo: Frank Vincentz).
Access to Weeze Airport (Photo: Frank Vincentz).

Autumn holidays: Weeze expects 60.000 passengers

Access to Weeze Airport (Photo: Frank Vincentz).
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Weeze regional airport sees itself well prepared for the autumn holidays starting on October 4, 2022 in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. About 60.000 passengers are expected.

From the end of school on Friday, September 30, students in North Rhine-Westphalia have two weeks off - an increasingly popular vacation time. During this period, almost 380 passengers are expected at Weeze Airport on a total of 60.000 flights. This is almost back to the pre-Corona level of 2019. At that time there were 67.000 passengers at the airport.

"It has already become clear in recent months that many travelers from the Netherlands and North Rhine-Westphalia prefer regional airports such as Weeze. We don't have stress or unusual waiting times. This will also ensure additional bookings during the autumn holidays. So if you are planning a trip, you should hurry up with the booking,” says Sebastian Papst, Managing Director at Weeze Airport. The utilization of many planes is already high. However, waiting times at Weeze Airport are not to be expected. "Our teams are highly motivated and the processes are well-established".

Several destinations with guaranteed sun are on the program in Weeze. Guests who want to extend the summer a bit prefer to book Mallorca or the coastal regions around Alicante or Girona/Barcelona. Italy with Ancona, Bari or Trapani is also one of the favorites among the 28 destinations from Airport Weeze.

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