Mannheim: Rhein-Neckar Air resumes Berlin and Hamburg

Dornier 328 (Photo: Rhein-Neckar Air).
Dornier 328 (Photo: Rhein-Neckar Air).

Mannheim: Rhein-Neckar Air resumes Berlin and Hamburg

Dornier 328 (Photo: Rhein-Neckar Air).
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Mannheim Airport's own brand, Rhein-Neckar Air, is reactivating the domestic German routes to Berlin-Brandenburg and Hamburg. Due to the corona pandemic, these were repeatedly suspended. From mid-May 2022, they will be served again, but to a much reduced extent.

MHS Aviation will fly to the German capital with Dornier 328 on behalf of Rhein-Neckar Air from May 17, 2022. For the time being, only one cycle per week is planned, which is to be carried out on Tuesdays. The simple end of the day is offered, because flight M2220 flies from Mannheim to Berlin in the morning and returns as M2227 in the evening.

Hamburg is to be headed for from May 16, 2022. For the time being, up to four circulations per week are planned. While the route will be operated once on Monday and Thursday, two rotations are planned for Wednesday. The booking system shows that fewer flights are planned to the Free and Hanseatic City in some calendar weeks.

The destination Sylt is offered up to three times a week from Mannheim. On behalf of a tour operator you fly from Kassel-Calden to Westerland and Heringsdorf. Tickets for these routes cannot be purchased directly from Rhein-Neckar Air, but through the tour operator. RNA's Mannheim flight schedule is Available for download in PDF format at this link.

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