By spring, the airline will be offering connections between Findel and Bologna, Bucharest and Krakow. Others now appear in its catalog with Paphos and Podgorica while Tunis and Monastir will again be served from February.
By spring, the airline will offer connections between Findel and Bologna, Bucharest and Krakow. Others now appear in its catalog with Paphos and Podgorica while Tunis and Monastir will again be served from February.
(DH) – While aviation is paying a heavy price for the health crisis, and a tripartite meeting dedicated to the sector is scheduled for October 7, Luxair continues to be commercially offensive. The Luxembourg company, which served around 60 airports at the start of the year, has just added two new destinations to its catalog and is reactivating two links with Tunisia.
Already announced at the beginning of the month, the airport of Bologna-Guglielmo Marconi will become the 18th destination to Italy. Abandoned for 21 years, it will be reactivated from October 27, with three flights per week. Another destination neglected by Luxair, Paphos (Cyprus) reappears in the offer of the national company. You just have to be patient: the flights are only scheduled for the period from February 15 to April 26, 2021, with a take-off every Monday.
Previously, on October 30, the Luxembourg company will have inaugurated two rotations per week. Towards Bucharest-Ferenc Liszt as well as towards Krakow– John Paul II. While in December, the 18th more precisely, it is Podgorica, The capital of Montenegro, which will be entitled to two weekly flights.
In addition, and at the rate of one then two connections per week, on Mondays and Fridays, Luxair will join Tunis-Carthage from February 13. Likewise, according to Airlineroute, Luxair should make its return to Monastir April 1, with rotations on Thursdays and Sundays.
As a reminder, and a sign of new momentum, Luxair had already included Bordeaux, Marseille, Manchester, Salzburg and Innsbruck in its flight plans in June. On the other hand, flights to Manchester, Which had been scheduled for last June, are no longer offered for sale.