With the 2022 summer timetable, Euroairport Basel is once again offering over 90 non-stop flight destinations. The offer includes destinations in France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Morocco, Egypt, Turkey and Canada.
Various airlines offer transfer options via their international hubs: Aegean Airlines (Athens), Air France (Paris), Austrian Airlines (Vienna), British Airways (London), KLM (Amsterdam), Lufthansa (Frankfurt and Munich), Pegasus Airlines and Turkish Airlines (Istanbul) and Vueling (Barcelona). Air Albania, Albania's national airline, is new at Euroairport. It connects Basel with the city of Kukës in northeastern Albania twice a week. After the Corona break, Air Transat will be flying to Montreal once a week again from May with the Airbus A321 Neo Long-Range.
After a break of several years, the Greek airline Aegean Airlines has returned to Euroairport and serves the route to Athens. Corendon Airlines, which is based at the Euroairport, is expanding its offer and also serves the port city of Chania on Crete, which is connected to the Euroairport for the first time. Easyjet also flies to Crete, but to Heraklion. The Hungarian Wizz Air is expanding the route network with a connection from EuroAirport to Rome and to Kukës. Due to high demand, Ryanair is expanding its flight frequencies to Zagreb to three times a week.
It is already known today that Corendon Airlines will offer a weekly connection to Funchal/Madeira in the winter timetable, as the airport has announced.