After a “Corona break” lasting several months, Tuifly resumed flight operations in Munich. The offer is to be gradually increased to 27 weekly rotations.
The German holiday airline Tuifly celebrated its comeback on Thursday at the Franz Josef Strauss Airport in Munich. The premiere connection was carried out under flight number X3 2196 in the direction of Fuerteventura. However, the carrier did not provide any details on capacity utilization.
Tuifly announces that in the next few days and weeks the offer from Munich will be increased to up to 27 flights per week. The holiday airline is mainly focusing on Greece this year and offers, among others, Araxos, Crete, Rhodes, Kos and Kurfu. Other destinations are: Djerba, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Hurghada, Lanzarote, Madeira, Marsa Alam, Menorca, Tenerife and the Cape Verde Islands
“With our new flight plan, we are connecting the Bavarian capital with a total of 15 sunny destinations in the south. Initially we fly to Spain, Greece and Portugal and are the first holiday airline to offer the most popular southern European seaside resorts from Munich. As soon as the travel warnings for Egypt, Tunisia and the Cape Verde Islands are lifted, we will head for these destinations again. For the remaining summer season until the end of October, we are offering our passengers from Munich around 140.000 seats in the sun and back, ”says Oliver Lackmann, Tuifly Managing Director.
Jost Lammers, Chairman of Flughafen München GmbH, welcomes the resumption of flights: “We are very pleased that Tuifly is now regularly heading for numerous attractive tourist destinations from Munich. This closes another gap in the flight offer at our airport and at the same time opens up the possibility for thousands of Bavarian holidaymakers to get to their holiday destination quickly and directly from Munich. "