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Allgäu Airport: These new travel destinations are on the flight schedule – Germany –


More holiday destinations will be offered in the new flight schedule.
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Allgäu Airport Memmingen is expanding its offering with the 2024 summer flight schedule to include new and attractive destinations in Europe and beyond.

The service will be offered to more than 50 destinations, including Dubrovnik and Pula for the first time.

New goals

Allgäu Memmingen Airport's summer flight schedule, effective from March 31, brings travelers closer to a variety of new destinations. Of particular note is the expansion of the offer to include the popular travel destination Croatia, with direct flights to Dubrovnik from 2 April and to Pula on the Istrian Peninsula from 1 June. Zadar remains in the program, while Rhodes and Sarajevo return to service after a break.

A variety of holiday destinations direct from Memmingen

In addition to the new destinations in Croatia, Ryanair will begin flights to Rhodes on April 1. In the summer flight schedule, Aegean Airlines also serves this destination. From 21 May, TUI will offer two weekly flights to Heraklion on Crete. Another new destination is Tangier in Morocco, which will be serviced from Easter. Flights to Corsica, Cyprus, Sicily, Malta, Tenerife and Mallorca are also available, with Eurowings serving the latter destination from 3 April.

City trips are still fashionable

The trend towards city trips remains unabated. Classic destinations such as London, Dublin and Rome are complemented by offers to Krakow, Tirana, Riga, Porto and Belgrade. This diversity underscores the attractiveness of Memmingen as a starting point for travellers.

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Ryanair expands its fleet due to high demand

Due to increased demand, Ryanair is stationing an additional fourth Boeing aircraft at Allgäu Memmingen Airport. This expansion not only enables the introduction of new destinations, but also allows for an increase in the number of flights on routes that are in high demand. The expanded fleet is expected to increase its annual capacity by approximately 360,000 places. According to Ralf Schmid, managing director of the airport, this reflects the successful cooperation with Ryanair.

With the number of passengers growing by approximately 42 percent last year and an expected number of approximately three million passengers this year, the airport continues its positive development.