6 new airlines in Bordeaux in 2019
Finnair, Finland's national airline, has arrived in Bordeaux with a direct flight to Helsinki since May 2019.
With 2 weekly flights, this new line completes the 4 destinations to Northern Europe already served directly from Bordeaux: Copenhagen, Oslo, Riga and Stockholm. The Cie operates its A319 on the route.
In June, Russian airline Ural Airlines opened an exclusive route between Bordeaux and Moscow.
With up to three weekly flights year round , it will be operated on the A320.
The schedules offers fast connections to all of Russia and particularly to Yekaterinburg, Barnaul, Tomsk, Omsk, Novosibirsk and Chelyabinsk. Ural Airlines is the 3rd major Russian airline.
NOUVELAIR, a major tunisian airline, offered one weekly flight (on Tuesdays) to beautiful Djerba, for holidays in the sun.
Air Canada launched three weekly flights between Bordeaux and Montreal this summer, with B767 capacity.
With AC venue, in addition to the Air Transat programme, Nouvelle-Aquitaine residents have benefitted from daily flights to Canada during the summer season. Besides, Air Canada’s extencive network offered most welcome renewed access to the entire American continent.
Laudamotion, Austria's leading low-fare airline and subsidiary cie of Ryanair, is launching 3 weekly flights between Bordeaux and Vienna from October 2019. It will be the 12th company in the low-cost network of Bordeaux Airport.
Bordeaux thus integrates the "City Shuttle" program launched by this new company in 2018.
XL Airways, the French airline specialising in long-haul destinations, starting dec 2019 will offers a scheduled flight to Pointe-à-Pitre from Bordeaux, with one flight per week until May 2020.