Luxair announces Luxembourg-Sylt

DHC Dash 8-400 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).
DHC Dash 8-400 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).

Luxair announces Luxembourg-Sylt

DHC Dash 8-400 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).
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The airline Luxair intends to fly once a week between Luxembourg and Westerland from May 21, 2022. As a rule, the machine type DHC Dash 8-400 should be used.

In cooperation with the tour operator LuxairTours, they also want to offer package tours. The Sylt route is to be served on Saturdays. At the same time, the carrier announced that they are satisfied with the result of the routes from Luxembourg to Heringsdorf and Rostock-Laage. Operation in the summer of 2022 has clearly been promised.

Assuming that Heringsdorf and Rostock are in the program again next year and taking into account the announced Westerland flights, Luxair would then offer three destinations on German coasts. These are primarily aimed at holidaymakers who want to spend a beach holiday in Germany. 

It is noteworthy that the carrier is also promoting these in the course of the Expo, which is taking place in Dubai. This gives reason to assume that it is hoped that interlining and codeshare partners will inspire additional travelers for holidays on Germany's coasts.

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  • Mössner, 24. September 2021 @ 09: 51

    A ray of hope for vacationers from this region, driving a car on this route is "caustic". Could there be a stopover on Föhr?

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    A ray of hope for vacationers from this region, driving a car on this route is "caustic". Could there be a stopover on Föhr?

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