With Sundair: Schauinsland launches four new winter charter routes

Airbus A320 (Photo: Flughafen Dresden GmbH, Jürgen Lösel).
Airbus A320 (Photo: Flughafen Dresden GmbH, Jürgen Lösel).

With Sundair: Schauinsland launches four new winter charter routes

Airbus A320 (Photo: Flughafen Dresden GmbH, Jürgen Lösel).
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The German tour operator Schauinsland-Reisen is launching charter flights from Bremen, Berlin, Düsseldorf and Madeira in the 2022/23 winter flight schedule. In addition, you can now fly to Lanzarote from the Hanseatic city.

The charter flights are carried out by Sundair and its sister company FlyAir41. According to the current planning status, all routes are to be served once a week for the time being. However, if there is sufficient demand, additional flights may be added.

Tickets for these Sundair charter flights cannot be booked directly with the airline, but with the tour operator Schauinsland-Reisen. Both flight-only and vacation packages are available. The new routes are to be served with medium-haul Airbus A319 and A320 jets.

2 Comments

  • Doris Archut , 3. September 2022 @ 22: 06

    Ladies and Gentlemen,
    I had booked a one-way flight from BER to Gran Canaria with Schauinsland/Sundair in July 22 –
    Outbound flight 09.02.23 8.45 a.m., return flight 02.03.23.
    Shortly afterwards, this flight was canceled - new departure time 9.20 a.m. on the same day.
    I was very happy with that!
    But when one day later this flight had completely disappeared from Berlin and I was offered one from Hanover, I didn't understand anything anymore.
    Until today, September 03rd, there is no possibility to get a flight for the mentioned period –
    neither at Schauinsland nor at Sundair.
    I would like to know when and if the flights for winter 23 will be released at all.
    Kind regards

  • Cheers , 15. September 2022 @ 12: 30

    You don't honestly think Sundair responds to inquiries, not even requests for payment from lawyers. flight cancellation or delay. Only complaints are answered.

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2 Comments

  • Doris Archut , 3. September 2022 @ 22: 06

    Ladies and Gentlemen,
    I had booked a one-way flight from BER to Gran Canaria with Schauinsland/Sundair in July 22 –
    Outbound flight 09.02.23 8.45 a.m., return flight 02.03.23.
    Shortly afterwards, this flight was canceled - new departure time 9.20 a.m. on the same day.
    I was very happy with that!
    But when one day later this flight had completely disappeared from Berlin and I was offered one from Hanover, I didn't understand anything anymore.
    Until today, September 03rd, there is no possibility to get a flight for the mentioned period –
    neither at Schauinsland nor at Sundair.
    I would like to know when and if the flights for winter 23 will be released at all.
    Kind regards

  • Cheers , 15. September 2022 @ 12: 30

    You don't honestly think Sundair responds to inquiries, not even requests for payment from lawyers. flight cancellation or delay. Only complaints are answered.

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