Summer flight programme 2014 at EuroAirport - Around 650 scheduled departures each week to around 90 airports operated by 25 airlines Three new destinations and more frequent flights

The upcoming EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg summer flight programme (30.03.2014 – 25.10.2014) offers three new destinations:
Brindisi (2 flights/week),  Montpellier (3 flights/week), Mykonos (2 flights/week) with easyJet.

In addition, there will be a number of new features among the scheduled flights. easyJet will be flying for the first time to Bastia,Cracovie, Larnaca and Sevilla(2 flights/week respectively), while continuing to serve Reykjavik (2 flights/week). Ryanair will return to EuroAirport this summer and will be serving Dublin (3 flights/week) and London Stansted (daily). Wizz Air will continue to serve Tuzla (3 flights/week). Swiss International Air Lines will be operating seasonal summer flights to Ibiza (once/week), Olbia (twice/week) and Palma de Mallorca (four times/week).

As for holiday flights, a large selection of 36 sunny destinations will again be on offer. There will also be more flights to Antalya, Palma de Mallorca and Pristina.
New is a short-distance flight to Héviz (Lake Balaton, Hungry) with Intersky.

As during the summer last year, weekly long-haul flights will depart to Montreal with Air Transat.

In summary, a total of 25 airlines will be offering direct scheduled flights around 90 airports this summer from EuroAirport. This corresponds to around 650 flights a week.
The programme of holiday flights will include 37 sunny destinations offered by around 60 tour operators in France, Switzerland and Germany.

The new summer flight programme 2014 is available for downloading at www.euroairport.com (under “Timetables and destinations”).