Saarbrücken with a colorful summer 2022 program

Saarbrücken Airport (Photo: EPei).
Saarbrücken Airport (Photo: EPei).

Saarbrücken with a colorful summer 2022 program

Saarbrücken Airport (Photo: EPei).
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From the German regional airport Saarbrücken there are to be eleven weekly scheduled flights to Berlin in the summer flight schedule 2021/22. It is expected to go to Hamburg six times a week. The implementation is carried out with turboprop aircraft by Danish Air Transport.

The tour operator Tui Deutschland has an Airbus A320 operated by Smartlynx stationed in Saarland. This should be used to fly to Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Palma de Mallorca, among others. For more details on the Tui goals, see this link.

Corendon Airlines and SunExpress will offer three and four weekly round trips to Antalya respectively in the summer of 2022. Corendon Europe has planned the destinations of Crete, Kos and Rhodes from Saarbrücken. The winter routes (Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria) are to be continued at least through April 2022. The Maltese carrier plans to fly from Saarland to Hurghada once a week. The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings is currently planning to head for Palma de Mallorca once a day.

Furthermore, individual charter flights to Jersey, Podgorica and Sardinia are planned from Saarbrücken. These can be booked through the respective tour operator. It is currently expected that one or the other additional individual charter could be launched for the summer of 2022.

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