The management of Salzburg Airport is looking forward with confidence to the upcoming winter season. New Charter Links from Great Britain are back on the program again after times of coronavirus famine. In addition to scheduled flights to Frankfurt am Main and other German cities, there are new connections to international hubs in the Netherlands, Turkey, Dubai, the UK and Iceland.
In addition to traditional flights, there are now eleven new routes from British airports, says airport manager Christopher Luzman. British Airways flies to Salzburg Airport from London Heathrow, London City Airport and Southampton. Ryanair comes from London Stansted and Manchester.
EasyJet serves Belfast, London Gatwick and Liverpool. Jet2.com connects Newcastle, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh and the East Midlands with Salzburg, and thus also with the Tyrolean Lowlands and Bavaria, close to the border.
Two lines from Iceland
TAROM Airlines sends planes from Bucharest, Romania. And after WOW went bankrupt, two airlines from Iceland (Iceland and Play) flew to Salzburg Airport. Especially for Canada, USA and Central America, Iceland is a cheap stopover or other starting point.
In addition, Lübeck Air resumes connection from Salzburg to and from Lübeck, already well booked in the summer months, landing at the domestic airport for the first time in February.
Hubs: Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Dubai, Istanbul
Other links: Transavia from Rotterdam, Eindhoven and Amsterdam, as the Dutch SkyTeam network continues to fly to destinations in many parts of the world. flydubai continues to provide its services to the Dubai World Center all year round and several times a week. Turkish Airlines offers passengers similarly large structures all over the world via Istanbul.
Eurowings travel several times a week to Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Cologne. Lufthansa is still Salzburg’s fixed route to Frankfurt am Main – up to three times a day. EasyJet returns to Hamburg and Berlin.
There are also traditional rental destinations in the Canary Islands, Tenerife and Egypt, which can again be reached from Salzburg.
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