Bordeaux Airport announces an extensive network for the summer season 22
Bordeaux Airport unveiled a summer flight schedule that marks the return to great connections to and from Bordeaux, with 123 direct routes, including 13 new routes, and 89 destinations.
This summer, 24 partner airlines of the airport have reiterated their trust in the appeal of our regional market. From Italy to Turkey, not forgetting the Mediterranean islands, North Africa, and even Canada and Norway, travellers have plenty of choice when seeking to get away from it all.
“We are delighted to be reconnecting the region with the world, thanks to a comprehensive, diverse flight schedule. All the airlines partnering the airport still believe in the appeal of Bordeaux and indeed the entire region. Symbolising this recovery, Hall B will open on Sunday 27 March to launch the season, followed by the billi terminal once the season peaks. Airport staff will be pulling out all the stops to ensure the comfort and health safety of all passengers,” assured Simon Dreschel, CEO of Bordeaux Airport.
Volotea is adding Florence and Athens to its network.
Ryanair has announced a wide-reaching summer schedule with 42 direct routes, 11 of which are new: Zadar in Croatia, Malta, Trapani in Sicily, Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Alghero in Sardinia, Barcelona, Birmingham, Brindisi (Puglia), Pisa, Madrid and Rome in Italy. The Irish airline ranks top for the number of destinations available this summer.
The summer route network with 67 European destinations has been reinforced, ensuring simplified, safe travel as the pandemic subsides.
From the Canary islands (Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura) to the Balearics (Ibiza, Mallorca and Minorca) and Greece (Corfu, Crete, Mykonos, Rhodes and Santorini), more flights are available to the most popular tourist destinations this summer.
The schedule features 17 destinations on direct routes out of Bordeaux. For an all-authentic summer programme: Bari, Brindisi, Naples, Catania, Palermo, Trapani, Cagliari, Olbia and Alghero.
There’s no obligation to hit the beach, though, since there are also plenty of flights for cities in Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Ireland, the UK, and the Czech Republic etc.
How about a break in Morocco? There are five direct routes between Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Morocco: Agadir, Casablanca, Fez, Marrakesh and Tangiers. The country reopened its borders in February and simplified its health requirements (passengers must show a PCR test performed in the past 48 hrs).
There will also be direct flights to and from Algeria and Tunisia via Algiers et Tunis.
Operating out of Bordeaux Airport since 2010, Air Transat is resuming its direct route to Montreal as from May for locals to explore the magnificent province of Quebec bathed in summer light.
This new season heralds recovery, especially with the return of network airlines, as significant players in international travel: