Rostock expects six flights a week

Rostock-Laage Airport (Photo: Marcus Sümnick).
Rostock-Laage Airport (Photo: Marcus Sümnick).

Rostock expects six flights a week

Rostock-Laage Airport (Photo: Marcus Sümnick).
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Due to the corona pandemic, scheduled flight operations in Rostock-Laage have in fact no longer existed for a long time. That should change in the summer of 2021, because six circuits are planned per week. The exact recording dates are still in the air, however.

In this context, managing director Dörthe Hausmann told DPA that the airport will need a lead time of around 14 days. At the moment there is only general aviation in the civil sector in Rostock-Laage. The East German airport has not seen charter or scheduled flights for a long time.

In the summer of 2021, destinations in the direction of Egypt, Greece, Turkey and Luxembourg are to be offered. When and whether the connection to the Lufthansa hub in Munich will be reactivated is still open. In any case, the focus in summer is on hot water targets. How the entry and quarantine regulations will develop cannot currently be estimated.

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