Weeze Airport with 130 weekly departures

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The German regional airport Niederrhein expects to have around 2023 departures per week in the summer of 130. The airlines have significantly expanded the Weeze offer in direct comparison with the time before the corona pandemic.

The summer timetable shows a significantly increased offer compared to the previous year. A total of 38 destinations (2022: 29) are served by five airlines. The airport expects 130 (2022: 85) departures per week in the high season. “The teams at our airport are well prepared for the summer season and we are all looking forward to the new season. We wish our guests a stress-free and relaxed departure,” says Managing Director Sebastian Papst.

An important signal is the stationing of two more aircraft from the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair at Weeze Airport. This creates enough capacity to fly to the most popular destinations even more frequently. In addition, numerous new destinations found their way into the program: Milan-Bergamo (Italy), Copenhagen (Denmark), Pula (Croatia) or the Spanish destinations Asturias on the Costa Verde, Castellon near Valencia, Fuerteventura and Reus near Barcelona are headed for.

The well-known airline Sunexpress is also reacting to the growing demand for cheap package tours to the Turkish Riviera. Travelers can choose from flight and package holiday offers in April and May. The provider Tailwind Airlines, which is also based in Turkey, flies customers of well-known German and Dutch tour operators to Antalya.

The new scheduled airline at Weeze Airport, Air Arabia Maroc, takes off twice a week during the summer months towards Fez in north-eastern Morocco. The Dutch tour operator Sunweb also offers flights to the Greek islands of Rhodes, Kos, Zakynthos and Crete (Heraklion) with the holiday airline SkyExpress. The cheap package tours to the south can be booked exclusively on the Internet platforms sunweb.nl, Elizawashere.nl and gogo.nl.

Access to Weeze Airport (Photo: Frank Vincentz).
Access to Weeze Airport (Photo: Frank Vincentz).