Bordeaux Airport adds 92 destinations to its network

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Bordeaux Airport presents its spring-summer 2023 flight schedule, resolutely focused on improving the region's international connectivity.

Carte des destinations programme printemps-été 2024

Discover Bordeaux Airport’s flight schedule for spring/summer 2023, 100% focused on improving the region’s connection to the world. With 128 direct connections to 92 destinations, including 13 new cities, our 24 partner airlines have shown their renewed trust in our regional market. The airport is continuing to rebuild its network in response to the expectations of locals in search of flights for business or pleasure, and to develop quality markets to support tourism in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.

  • 128 routes
  • 92 destinations
  • 13 new routes
  • 24 airlines
  • 23 countries

13 new flights to discover this summer

A large number of lines that were available last year have been renewed, proof that local demand has expressed its approval. With the aim of offering a range of flights for quality tourism for Nouvelle-Aquitaine, this summer, there will be 13 new direct routes, including 3 never-before-offered destinations:

Au nord de l'Europe Au sud de l'Europe En France

Copenhagen (Norwegian)
Düsseldorf (Volotea)
Eindhoven (Transavia) – inédit
Hamburg (Volotea)
Munich (Lufthansa)    
Stuttgart (Volotea) - inédit

Djerba (Nouvelair)     
Héraklion (Volotea)
Paphos – Chypre (Ryanair) – inédit
Tunis (Nouvelair)
Venice (Ryanair)


Calvi (Volotea)

Toulon (easyjet)

 Bordeaux Aiport is also welcoming a new airline (Transavia to Eindhoven) and is pleased to bring back Nouvelair, to Tunisia. It’s an opportunity to open the network up to new players and diversify the range of flights on offer. 

"We are delighted with this new and expanded summer program, which reflects the attractiveness of our region to European airlines. Of course, we offer many summer destinations to the people of New Caledonia. And we are also committed to developing the best travel offer from high value-added tourist destinations, especially in northern Europe," says Simon Dreschel, Chairman of the Bordeaux Airport Board.

A solid network of lines to Germany 

With 6 German destinations available from Bordeaux, including 3 new cities, the airport is providing important support for the development of tourism in our region and new possibilities for corporate travel.

Lufthansa is opening a new line to the Munich hub and increasing its flights to the Frankfurt hub.

Volotea is also developing the German market, with a new agreement signed with Eurowings, subsidiary of Lufthansa Group, allowing it to operate 3 new routes: Stuttgart, Dusseldorf and Hamburg.

And easyJet has endorsed the success of the Bordeaux<->Berlin route, rescheduling it for the summer 2023 season. 

12 intercontinental hubs accessible

Bordeaux Airport provides access to 12 main European transit points and hubs to make long-haul destinations more accessible (list of hubs below).
After its success in 2022, Air Transat has added two additional flights to Montreal, reaching five weekly rotations at the height of summer.  

Aer Lingus has increased the options for connections via the international Dublin hub, scheduling up to seven flights per week. 

And on top of its flights to the Frankfurt and Munich hubs, Lufthansa Group is developing connections to Africa with Brussels Airlines, strengthening its line to Brussels with two daily flights from April.

Iberia is offering three daily flights to its intercontinental hub in Madrid and the American continent.