STR: Airlines fly to 131 destinations in summer

Display board at Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Display board at Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

STR: Airlines fly to 131 destinations in summer

Display board at Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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In the 2022 summer timetable at Stuttgart Airport, 39 airlines fly to 113 different destinations in 31 countries.

The airline Eurowings remains the largest airline in Stuttgart, followed by Turkish Airlines and Sun Express. The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings has 74 destinations in its program and is planning flights to Tunis, the Portuguese coastal city of Porto, Tivat in Montenegro, Dubrovnik on the Croatian coast and Preveza in Greece. Turkish Airlines and the airlines SunExpress, Pegasus and Corendon fly to around 15 destinations in Turkey, including Antalya, Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, Kayseri and Kütahya. From May, Condor will be flying to the Greek destinations of Kefallinia, Mykonos and Santorini as well as Olbia on Sardinia, Tuifly has Cape Verde and Djerba in its program, among other things, and Fly Egypt will be flying to Hurghada from the summer holidays.

Brand new in Stuttgart: The Icelandic airline Play will serve Reykjavik twice a week from the beginning of June. SAS Scandinavian Airlines, which offers Copenhagen, also goes north. Lübeck Air is continuing its connection to Lübeck with six weekly flights, and the Polish airline LOT will be connecting Stuttgart with Warsaw daily again from July. Other major hubs such as Amsterdam, London or Zurich will also be served several times a week in the summer timetable. This means that the state airport is connected to the global route networks of the airlines that have their respective bases there.

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