Sundair is back in Erfurt

Airbus A319 (Photo: Flughafen Erfurt GmbH / Alice Koch).
Airbus A319 (Photo: Flughafen Erfurt GmbH / Alice Koch).

Sundair is back in Erfurt

Airbus A319 (Photo: Flughafen Erfurt GmbH / Alice Koch).
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The German holiday airline Sundair started a non-stop connection between Erfurt-Weimar and Heraklion on Thursday. A total of three new destinations will be added from the airport in Thuringia in the course of September.

On Friday, Sundair will operate the first flight to Antalya. The airline will always connect Erfurt with the Thuringians' favorite holiday destination on Fridays. "We are delighted that Sundair, another well-known airline, is offering flights from Erfurt to the most popular holiday areas," said airport boss Gerd Stöwer.

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