22. March 2024

Non-stop to over 50 destinations

Memmingen Airport starts the summer season on 31 March with new flights to Tangier, Dubrovnik and Pula this summer.

If you are planning a trip, Memmingen Airport is the place to be. With the start of the summer timetable on 31 March, Southern Germany’s leading low-cost airport is offering more than 50 attractive destinations in Europe and beyond. This includes several new destinations.
Whether it’s a summer holiday in the sun, a city break or a visit to friends and family, the new timetable offers a dense network of flights throughout Europe. The holiday destination of Croatia is now a little closer to the Allgäu. The first flights will be to Dubrovnik from 2 April and to Pula in Istria from 1 June. Another Croatian destination is Zadar, which was already served by Ryanair last summer. Rhodes and Sarajevo make a comeback. The Bosnian capital returns to the schedule on 4 April. On 1 April, Ryanair will launch flights to the popular Greek holiday island of Rhodes, which will also be served by Aegean Airlines from Memmingen every Saturday during the summer holidays from 3 August to 28 September. From 21 May, the airline will fly twice weekly on behalf of TUI to Heraklion on Crete, which can also be reached from Memmingen via Chania Airport.

Premiere in Tangier
Another first for the new summer season is the Easter Sunday service to Tangier in Morocco. The Mediterranean port city in the north of the country is an ideal base for exploring the country and will now be served twice a week.
If you love islands, Memmingen is the place to be. Non-stop flights put many islands within easy reach. From 28 April, the Vorarlberg travel expert Rhomberg and Avanti Air will be flying to Corsica every Sunday. Cyprus, Sicily, Malta, Tenerife and Mallorca (from 3 April with Eurowings) are also on the flight schedule. City breaks remain popular. In addition to classics such as London, Dublin and Rome, which are served by both Ryanair and Wizz Air, insider tips such as Krakow, Tirana, Riga, Porto and Belgrade promise exciting discoveries.

Fourth Ryanair aircraft based in Memmingen
Ryanair has responded to the ever-increasing demand at Memmingen Airport by stationing a fourth Boeing aircraft at Germany’s highest commercial airport. “This is a pleasing confirmation of our successful cooperation,” says airport managing director Ralf Schmid. Last year the airport recorded an increase in passengers of almost 42 per cent to 2.8 million, and this year around three million passengers are expected. The additional aircraft will increase annual capacity by around 360,000 seats from the start of the summer timetable. They will not only serve new destinations. Frequencies will also be increased on some of our busiest routes such as Malta, Brindisi, Valencia and Lamezia Terme.

New destination from Memmingen: Tangier in northern Morocco.

Press contact

Marina Siladji

+49 8331 9725 121


© 2024 Flughafen Memmingen GmbH