Memmingen Airport is starting the new winter season with a record, which begins with the flight schedule change next Sunday (October 31). Because never before in the history of southern Germany's largest low-cost airport have there been so many destinations during the cold season. A total of 44 flight connections are available.
The list, which ranges from A for Amman to Z for Zagreb, has grown longer and longer in recent weeks. “A new era is beginning after Corona”, is how airport managing director Ralf Schmid sums up the general mood among passengers and airlines. "In the last few weeks we already felt that there was a lot of catching up to do with travel, which we can compare with an attractive offer this winter."
Ryanair is starting the winter with six premieres and is adding the Danish Billund, Lappeenranta in Finland and the Latvian capital Riga to the flight schedule. In addition, Cyprus, Lamezia Terme in Calabria and Gran Canaria are also offered. With Tenerife, which is also on Ryanair's flight schedule, and Fuerteventura, which the Corendon airline will fly to, all three Canary Islands can now be reached non-stop from Memmingen. The Turkish low-cost airline also connects the airport with the Egyptian city of Hurghada.
New to Plovdiv
Memmingen Airport can add another destination to its traditionally good Eastern European offer: On November 9th, Wizzair will start the new flight connection from Memmingen to Plovdiv, the second largest city in Bulgaria and the location of numerous branches of German companies. After the corona-related break, the Pobeda airline has also resumed its flights from Memmingen to Moscow.