Sundair will take off again on July 1st, 2020

Airbus A320 (Photo: Sundair).
Airbus A320 (Photo: Sundair).

Sundair will take off again on July 1st, 2020

Airbus A320 (Photo: Sundair).
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With the restart, flights from Kassel-Calden, Bremen, Dresden and Berlin will be offered.

The German holiday airline Sundair plans to take off again at the beginning of July 2020 to Crete, Kos, Rhodes, Corfu, Verna, Burgas, Palma de Mallorca, Antalya and other destinations. The carrier involved in the German repatriation campaign had to suspend flight operations for a few weeks due to the corona pandemic.

“We look forward to soon being able to fly our guests back on their well-deserved vacation. It was important to us that when the new summer flight plan was drawn up, our passengers were offered a wide variety of destinations for relaxation or active holidays. In the course of the summer we will examine further goals of the original offer as well as extensions of frequencies ”, says Marcos Rossello, Managing Director of Sundair GmbH.

The holiday airline will take up the following destinations in June 2020:

KasselBremenDresdenBerlin
    
Palma de Mallorca
(from July 06th)
Palma de Mallorca
(from July 17th)
Palma de Mallorca
(from July 18th)
Crete
(from July 04th)
Crete
(from July 04th)
Fuerteventura
(from July 17th)
Fuerteventura
(from July 23th)
Kos
(from July 02th)
Antalya
(from July 18th)
Crete
(from July 04th)
Crete
(from July 12th)
Rhodes
(from July 02th)
 Kos
(from July 16th)
Kos
(from July 19th)
Varna
(from July 06th)
 Rhodes
(from July 14th)
Rhodes
(from July 04th)
Burgas
(from July 01th)
 Antalya
(from July 15th)
Korfu
(from July 21th)
Beirut
(from July 01th)
  Varna
(from July 18th)
Korfu
(from July 04th)
  Antalya
(from July 17th)
 

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