Winter 2022/23: Four Canary Islands accessible from Memmingen

Ryanair tail fin (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Ryanair tail fin (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Winter 2022/23: Four Canary Islands accessible from Memmingen

Ryanair tail fin (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair plans to offer the destination Lanzarote from Memmingen on Saturdays from November 5, 2022. This means that four Canary Islands can now be reached from the Bavarian airport.

Ryanair has already connected the airports of Tenerife South and Las Palmas on Gran Canaria with Memmingen, so the Aeropuerto César Manrique-Lanzarote, as it is called in the original, is another hub for holidays in the Canary Islands. From November, Fuerteventura will also be back on the Memminger timetable. The island is served by Corendon. The Canary Islands have a total of eight inhabited and five uninhabited islands and are part of Spanish territory. They are extremely popular as holiday destinations, especially during the cooler seasons in Central Europe.

"Now you have the choice among the big four in the Canary Islands. This is a great offer for all those who prefer the pleasant temperatures on the Canary Islands to snow and ice," says Memmingen Sales Manager Marcel Schütz.

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