Lübeck Air announces Lübeck-Memmingen

ATR72-500 (Photo: Lübeck Airport).
ATR72-500 (Photo: Lübeck Airport).

Lübeck Air announces Lübeck-Memmingen

ATR72-500 (Photo: Lübeck Airport).
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With Memmingen, Lübeck Air intends to serve the in-house brand of Lübeck-Blankensee Airport, a third domestic German destination. The cities of Munich and Stuttgart are currently served by Air Alsie aircraft.

Airport manager Jürgen Friedel confirmed to the Lübeck news appropriate planning. However, the target group is not only business travelers, but it is also hoped that skiers from northern Germany will accept the offer in order to be able to get to the ski areas in Vorarlberg and Bavaria more quickly. The new route is to be offered on Saturdays in January and / or February 2021. Before that, they want to hold talks with tour operators.

If it is successful, Lübeck-Memmingen-Lübeck could also be offered in the summer flight schedule 2021, because there is definitely potential in the tourist sector: For example, people from the catchment area of ​​Lübeck Airport could book holidays in the Allgäu and / or on Lake Constance, and vice versa those from the airport area Memmingen use the offer to spend beach holidays in Germany. Corona year 2020 helped the German North and Baltic Sea beaches as well as the islands to a very strong demand.

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