Ryanair expands flight offer from Memmingen

Logo at Memmingen Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Logo at Memmingen Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Ryanair expands flight offer from Memmingen

Logo at Memmingen Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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Islands are becoming more and more important this summer at Allgäu Airport Memmingen. Because islands seem to be largely safe destinations in Corona times. How good that Ryanair will be offering the Greek holiday island of Corfu from Memmingen from July 2nd.

From July 2nd, Corfu will be the new destination on the flight schedule every Monday and Friday. After Greece waived the corona quarantine for visitors from other EU countries on the condition that they have been fully vaccinated for two weeks or present a current negative PCR test, the demand for Hellas holidays is picking up strongly. Ryanair is responding to this with a growing range of flights from Memmingen, to which Rhodes was recently added. 

"Ryanair is an agile and strong partner for Memmingen Airport and enables us to offer an attractive and flexible flight schedule in accordance with the current travel restrictions," explains Airport Sales Manager Marcel Schütz. In addition to Corfu, the low-coster also goes to Athens, Thessaloniki, Rhodes and Chania on Crete. Other "island" destinations are Sardinia, Corsica, Cyprus, Sicily, Mallorca and Tenerife, all of which can be reached non-stop from Memmingen and booked immediately.

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