Lübeck Air is removing Dublin from the 2022 summer flight schedule

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

Lübeck Air is removing Dublin from the 2022 summer flight schedule

ATR72-500 (Photo: Lübeck Airport).
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Lübeck Air, the house brand of Lübeck Airport in northern Germany, has revised the 2022 summer flight schedule. The Dublin destination was deleted. Originally this was announced twice a week.

From May 6, 7622, flight numbers 6I 7623 / 6I 7620 and 6I 7621 / 23I 2022 should be flown between Lübeck and Dublin vv on Mondays and Fridays respectively. This route will not be recorded. In the meantime, the Ireland route from the Summer timetable 2022 removed. The sale has already stopped.

Compared to the previous year, under the Lübeck Air significantly more destinations offered. The operational implementation is carried out by Air Alsie with the machine type ATR72. On some routes German Airways flies under a wet lease agreement for the Danish airline. This construction also comes off on charter routes Salzburg and Berne. for use.

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