Dortmund Airport starts the winter season

Runway at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Aerowest GmbH).
Runway at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Aerowest GmbH).

Dortmund Airport starts the winter season

Runway at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Aerowest GmbH).
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During the coming season there will be a total of 42 destinations that can be reached directly from Dortmund Airport. Five airlines take travelers to destinations in 25 countries.

For the upcoming winter season, Wizz Air has announced a new direct connection from Dortmund: The flight connection to Plovdiv, the second largest city in Bulgaria, will start on November 3rd. The variety of Wizz Air destinations from Dortmund is growing despite the relocation of three aircraft from Dortmund to other Wizz Air locations. The Hungarian airline serves a total of 34 destinations, from Banja Luka to Vienna, from the Ruhr area airport.

The other airlines on the site also have attractive travel destinations ready: With Ryanair, eight destinations across Europe can be reached. Eurowings flies to Mallorca as well as to the Munich hub, Sun Express and Trade Air have two popular destinations in southeastern Europe on offer: Izmir and Pristina.

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