Memmingen Airport starts its summer season with 52 scheduled flights and other charter flights
The current route network from Memmingen extends far beyond Europe. The “classics” such as London, Dublin and Palma de Mallorca are joined by destinations in North Africa and Asia. “Our mix is becoming more varied and colorful,” emphasizes Airport CEO Ralf Schmid. “Everyone can choose their desired destination.”
New destinations are Bucharest and Suceava in Romania, Ohrid in Northern Macedonia and Tirana the capital of Albania, while Chania in Crete makes a comeback.
New special charter destinations are Lamezia Terme in Italy and the Channel Island Jersey. Both are offered by the tour operator Globalis Erlebnisreisen.
The incoming share, guests flying to Memmingen from abroad to visit relatives, for vacation, or study and work, is also increasing. This applies in particular to the 24 routes to Eastern Europe. Due to high demand the frequencies have been increased on several existing routes.
From September 17th to September 30th the airport will remain closed due to extensive constructions. Ryanair has canceled all connections to and from Memmingen during this time, Wizz Air and some charter flights will shift their flights to other airports.
The entire flight plan with all destinations and times can be found here.
Source: Memmingen Airport