This has never happened in the now more than eleven-year history of Memmingen Airport: While flights are usually canceled in the cold season, Germany’s highest-altitude airport starts with eight new destinations in the winter season, with the timetable change next Sunday (28.10.) starts.
Exciting destinations that enrich the winter timetable with a total of 36 destinations in Europe, Asia and North Africa, which can be reached non-stop from Memmingen in the coming months. Above all, the mix of pure holiday destinations, attractive cities and Eastern European destinations, which ensure a lively travel in both directions.
The latest newcomer to the Memminger flight plan is Tel Aviv. The Israeli metropolis will be served twice a week with Ryanair from 29 October.
In addition to Tel Aviv Ryanair also takes up Marrakech again in the program. The Moroccan desire and dream destination of many passengers can be perfectly combined with the royal city of Fes, which has also been flying from Memmingen for quite some time. Also new are Lviv in the Ukraine, the Italian Brindisi, Banja Luka in the north of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Scottish capital Edinburgh. The new destinations at Wizz Air are Pristina in Kosovo and Chişinău, the capital of Moldova.
In addition to the classics of the Memminger flight plan, London and Dublin, there are also the well-known sunny destinations Tenerife, Mallorca, Alicante, Malaga and Faro. The traditionally strong Eastern European offer ranges from Moscow to Skopje and from the Georgian Kutaisi to Podgorica in Montenegro.