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From July 2017 with Wizz Air to Varna to the Slatni Pjassazi

The Allgäu Airport Memmingen will be able to offer a new sunshine destination upcoming year. From 22nd of July 2017 Wizz Air flies twice a week, on Tuesday and Saturday afternoons, to Varna on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast.

Tourist center is the so-called “Slatni”, a 3.5 kilometer long coastal section in the middle of the national park of the same name. The seaside resort, 17 kilometers north of the city Varna, is known worldwide.

“With Montenegro last summer and with the Black Sea coast coming year, we are offering new, inexpensive sun destinations,” says Allgäu Airport sales manager Marcel Schütz.
The tourism infrastructure on site has been modernized in recent years. The pleasant climate with a maximum of 27 degrees in summer is ideal.

Tickets are available now from 19.99 Euro at Numerous package deals are also available at well-known tour operators and travel agencies.

Source: Allgäu Airport

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Tenth winter schedule starts with 22 destinations

In its tenth winter schedule Allgäu Airport Memmingen continues to build continuity. In total there are 22 destinations. Compared to previous winter significantly more flights are offered.

So Wizz Air increased its capacity over the previous year by 60 percent. Also Ryanair has once again increased by eight percent. And new this winter is the Moscow connection by the Russian airline Pobeda. “This is the strongest winter schedule we ever had,” says Memmingen Airport CEO Ralf Schmid.

“More and more skiers from Eastern Europe discover Memmingen airport as an ideal hub for a ski holiday in the Alps,” explains CEO Ralf Schmid.

Furthermore, the winter schedule includes classic sun destinations such as Tenerife, Alicante, Faro, Malaga and Palermo in Sicily. Great popularity enjoys the cities of Porto, Dublin and London.

Complete journeys and exciting city trips starting at Memmingen airport can be booked at the travel portal with attractive offers.

Winter schedule 2016/17

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Now with Wizz Air to Georgia

On Friday 23rd of September started Wizz Air its inaugural flight from the Allgäu Airport Memmingen to Kutaisi, its easternmost destination. It takes four hours to reach the second largest city of Georgia.

The crew of the inaugural flight from Memmingen to Kutaisi received from Allgäu Airport Sales Director Marcel Schütz a gingerbread heart, which has already become a tradition.

Wizz Air flies twice a week – Friday and Monday – to the city in western Georgia with about 200.000 residents. As the second largest city of the country and capital of the region Imereti, Kutaisi is considered as the economic, touristic and cultural center of the region.
“On this route, we expect a large proportion of individual tourists, who want to discover a new, upcoming region.” explains Allgäu Airport Sales Director Marcel Schütz.
Germany is one of the most important trading partners of Georgia between Caucasus and the Black Sea Coast. The airport of Kutaisi is around 90 minutes from the Black Sea and 2.5 hours from the Turkish-Georgia border located.
Flights can be booked from € 19.99 one way at .


Gruppenfoto Erstflug KUT


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Now Ryanair is flying to Sofia as well

It is one of the most popular destinations on Memmingen airport: Bulgaria’s capital Sofia. Since Friday, 9th of September 2016, passenger get with this travel request a 100 percent more choice. After all, the Irish airline Ryanair has now included Sofia to their flight network and connects Memmingen twice a week with the Bulgarian metropolis. Wizz Air serves Sofia airport twice a week and will increase the number of its flights to three times a week from 23rd of December and from 1st of January to even four times a week. Thus from the beginning of 2017 at Memmingen airport will be six-Sofia flights per week – Monday (2 flights), Wednesday, Friday (2 flights) and Sunday.
“Business travelers in particular get such a high degree of flexibility” emphasizes Allgäu Airport Sales Director Marcel Schütz. With approximately 1.2 million inhabitants, Sofia is the political, economic and cultural center of the country. The international airport is only ten kilometers away from the town center and guarantees short transfer times. Many southern German companies maintain branches and use the connection already. Even holiday trips and visits to relatives and friends are at the top in the motives of travelers to Sofia.

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Erstflug FR Sofia

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Mobile charge station in the terminal

As from now you can charge your mobile in the terminal after the security check for free. We have installed a charge station between gate 1 and gate 2/3 with all popular charging cables.

How does the charge station works?

  • Choose at the touch screen a free locker and enter a free selectable code (you have to enter the code two times for security reasons).
  • The locker opens.
  • Connect your mobile with the suitable charging cable.
  • Close the locker.
  • Charging process.
  • For removel choose your locker at the touch screen and enter your code.
  • The locker opens. You can remove your mobile.
Mobile charging station at Memmingen Airport

Mobile charging station at Memmingen Airport

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15 percent more passengers in the first half of 2016

With an increase of 15 percent in passengers of Memmingen airport results a very positive balance of the first half of 2016.

For the whole year 2016 Memmingen airport expects a total of 950,000 passengers. “The climb continues” says Airport Manager Ralf Schmid about the positive development of the first half with a total of 437,785 passengers. Last year there were 383,733, which represent an increase by 15 percent.

In addition to the top customers Ryanair and Wizz Air also ranked at the Allgäu Airport Pobeda, Austrian Airlines and Fly Niki on the next places. The most popular destination is still London, followed by Porto and Dublin. In fourth place comes Skopje, then already Moscow. The new Moscow connection was successfully launched on March 3rd by the Russian airline Pobeda.
There has also been increased aircraft utilization. They increased by another four percentage points from last 78 to now 82 percent. The day with the highest number of passengers was the 17th of May, when at the beginning of Pentecost 3,900 passengers were recorded. On April 21st there was the record of these movements: A total of 130 times launched or landed a plane at the Memmingen airport.

By the end of the year, the airport expects a total of 950,000 passengers who have chosen Memmingen airport as their airport.

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From 1st of August Wizz Air flies to Niš

With the Serbian city of Niš the Memmingen airport receives its 14th destination in Eastern Europe. From 1st of August Wizz Air flies twice a week to the third biggest city of Serbia with about 260,000 inhabitants, which is one of the industrial centers of the country.
“Like many of our Eastern European routes, we expect in both directions a large proportion of visitors to friends and relatives,” explains Allgäu Airport Sales Director Marcel Schütz. As well economically, culturally and tourist-related tourism play a role.
Flights to Niš are bookable from 19.99 euros at

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Six times per week to Sofia

From the beginning of September the number of flights to Sofia will double. Besides Wizz Air which connects the capital of Bulgaria with Memmingen since September last year, Ryanair starts with two flights per week on September 09th. At the moment Sofia is one of the most popular destinations in Eastern Europe from the Memmingen Airport. Wizz Air will increase from two to four weekly flights, starting December 23.

Leisure and business travel and visits to relatives and friends dominate the motives of travelers from Southern Germany as well as from the neighboring countries Switzerland and Austria.

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New Wizz Air route to Montenegro

With Podgorica Memmingen Airport now receives its 13th destination in Eastern Europe. Starting on 21st of August, the airline Wizz Air connects twice a week Montenegro capital with the airport.

Always on Thursday and on Sunday it goes to the capitol of Montenegro with around 145,000 inhabitants. It is the country’s largest city and its economic and political center.
Thanks to its Adriatic coast, tourism plays a strong economic role. The capital Podgorica – the name “Pod Gorica” means “below the mountain” – is an important reference point for both leisure and business guests. “With this new connection we create another bridge between Southern and Southeastern European country whose tourism industry has great potential,” explains Allgäu Airport Memmingen Sales Director Marcel Schütz. Also visits of relatives and friends are now easier and more convenient.

Flights to Podgorica are now available on from 24,99 Euro.

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