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EuroAirport's 2019 summer flight plan offers lots of choice

More than 630 departures per week to over 100 destinations with 25 airlines

•    Six new destinations: Alghero, Berlin Tegel, Kutaisi, Marseilles, Monastir, Tirana
•    A new airline with key hub connections: TAP Air Portugal to Lisbon
•    More flights to Amsterdam
•    New charter flights to Catania
•    Two flights weekly to Montreal with an Airbus A321 NEO

The upcoming EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg summer flight programme (31.03.2019–26.10.2018) offers scheduled flights to six new destinations:

Alghero in Sardinia (twice weekly) and Berlin Tegel (22 flights per week) with easyJet, Kutaisi in Georgia (twice weekly) with Wizz Air, Monastir in Tunisia with Nouvelair Tunisie (once weekly) and Marseilles in France (5 flights per week) with Twin Jet returning to EuroAirport after an extended absence. In June, Albawings will start its service to Tirana, the capital of Albania (twice weekly).

After a long absence, Portugal’s leading airline and Star Alliance member, TAP Air Portugal is resuming its service to Lisbon. The new route creates another hub connection for EuroAirport, allowing passengers comfortable connections to a large number of further destinations in Brazil, North America and Africa.

This summer more flights will also be offered to Amsterdam with Air France/KLM (now 4 flights daily instead of 3). Canada fans will appreciate Air Transat increasing its service to two flights weekly to Montreal, now using an Airbus A321 NEO. In addition, the Turkish, Egyptian and Tunisian markets can all look forward to a perceptible upswing.

New destination in the charter sector is Catania. FTI will continue its Dubai service into the spring until May. As last summer, EuroAirport will be offering a wide selection of weekly holiday destinations in 2019, including Bulgaria (Burgas), Greece (Heraklion, Corfu, Kos, Rhodes), Italy (Olbia, Palermo), Portugal (Funchal), Spain (Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Mahon/Menorca, Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife) and Turkey (Antalya, Bodrum, Izmir).

To sum up, at EuroAirport this summer 25 airlines will be offering direct scheduled flights to more than 100 destinations. This corresponds to more than 630 flights a week. As for EuroAirport’s selection of holiday flights, this includes a large choice of attractive destinations served by tour operators in France, Switzerland and Germany.

Traffic forecast for year-end 2019

From January to the end of February 2019, more than one million passengers used EuroAirport. This represents an increase of 9.5% compared to the same period last year. During the same period, the number of commercial flight movements (take offs and landings of scheduled and chartered flights) increased less than passenger numbers at 2.8%. Altogether, the number of flight movements (commercial and non-commercial traffic) increased by 5.7%.

For the 2019 year-end, EuroAirport forecasts passenger growth of around 4 per cent to more than 9 million. As in the past, the positive economic situation in the region around EuroAirport and strong market demand encourage airlines to continue extending their flights from EuroAirport and to launch new routes.

The new 2019 summer flight programme is available for downloading at (“Timetables and destinations”).