Memmingerberg – Winter can come. Whether you spend it on skis or rather in swimwear and bikinis – Memmingen Airport offers both groups several travel options in its new winter flight plan, which goes into effect on Sunday, October 30. New Canary Island Lanzarote. The airline Ryanair is also celebrating its premiere by placing a third plane at Memmingen Airport, which is heading into a record year.
In winter or out of snow and ice: the new flight schedule offers several sunny destinations with non-stop access from Memmingen. It extends east from Paphos in Cyprus and Tel Aviv through Sicily, which offers two routes with Palermo and Catania, and through Spain and Portugal to the Canary Islands. In addition to Tenerife and Gran Canaria, Memmingen will also be connected to Lanzarote from November 5th. Ryanair flies nonstop to the sun every Saturday. A third machine, newly stationed in Memmingen, provides the capacity needed for this. “Anyone wishing to travel again this winter will find many new and attractive options with us,” explains Ralph Schmid, general manager of the airport. City trips to London, Dublin, Porto or Riga are also worthwhile. Jordan is an insider information that can be quickly accessed through a non-stop flight to the capital, Amman. The wide view of Eastern Europe, largely covered by Wizz Air, offers many opportunities for discovery and makes it easier for many to travel to friends and relatives as well as work in Germany.
“In the winter, we continue to be an airport for winter sports enthusiasts,” Schmid says. Guests from the United Kingdom who are ski enthusiasts, as well as visitors from Eastern Europe, appreciate the short distance of snow in the Allgäu or nearby mountainous regions. Vacationers from southern Germany travel in the opposite direction, visit Finland and Norway with tour operators during the cold season and start their charter trips in Memmingen.
Memmingen Airport is intentionally heading into a new record year. Because in the first nine months of this year, it already counted 1,472,446 passengers. This represents a 12.5 percent increase compared to 2019, when 1,308,368 passengers traveled to and from Memmingen. That year, the airport achieved its previous record results with 1.72 million passengers. Officials are sure that this sign will likely fall before the end of the year. (MK)
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