Winter timetable 2011/2012 from EuroAirport

-  Around 500 departures per week to 60 different airports with 20 airlines
- New long-haul flights to the Dominican Republic


The winter timetable of EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (31.10.2011 – 31.03.2012) contains some new features. The main changes can be summarized as follows:

- airberlin will be offering flights to Malta (1x weekly)
- Air France will be flying to Marseille (7x weekly)
- bmi will be serving London Heathrow (19x weekly)
- easyJet will be expanding its existing offer of flights to include two new destinations – Fuerteventura (1x weekly) and Tenerife (2x weekly)
- the Dutch airline KLM will be offering connections to Amsterdam (12x weekly)
- Lufthansa will be increasing the number of weekly flights to Frankfurt (+7 frequencies)
- Sunexpress will be offering a weekly flight to Izmir
- Swiss International Air Lines will continue to connect with Manchester and will fly to Barcelona using an Airbus A319 from bmi. In addition to this, the airline will be offering a flight to Copenhagen (5x weekly) and a flight to Rome (1x weekly).

This winter, EuroAirport will again be offering a large selection of sunny destinations. New to the schedule are Cabo Verde with TUIfly (1x weekly) and Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic with Arkefly (1x weekly).

In summary, this winter at EuroAirport, 20 airlines will be offering around 500 regular service departures per week to 60 different airports.

The new winter timetable for 2011/2012 can be downloaded from our homepage at www.euroairport.com under “Timetable and destinations”.

At the end of September 2011, 3.8 million passengers had used EuroAirport (up 24% on the same period the previous year). For year-end 2011, EuroAirport’s management expects a slow-down in this exceptional growth rate and forecasts ending the year with nearly 5 million passengers (up 20% on 2010).
For 2012, the Airport Authority is expecting more moderate growth rates.