5 new airlines in Bordeaux
The national airline of Finland, comes to Bordeaux with a direct flight to Helsinki starting from May 2019.
With two flights a week, this new connection adds to the four direct flight destinations from Bordeaux in the north of Europe: Copenhagen, Oslo, Riga and Stockholm. It will be operated with Airbus A319 aircraft.
Russian airline company Ural Airlines is launching an exclusive connection between Bordeaux and Moscow starting from 1st June.
It will be operated with Airbus A319 aircraft and three weekly flights. The schedule offers fast connections to the rest of Russia, notably Yekaterinburg, Barnaul, Tomsk, Omsk, Novosibirsk and Chelyabinsk. Ural airlines is the third major airline company in Russia.
NouvelAir is a Tunisian airline which will be offering one weekly flight (on Tuesdays) to beautiful Djerba, for holidays in the sun between 11 June and 24 September.
Air Canada will launch four weekly flights between Bordeaux and Montreal this summer. Through this new airline, in addition to the Air Transat programme, Nouvelle-Aquitaine residents will benefit from daily flights to Canada during the summer season. Canada’s national airline stands out for its high level of service and immense network. It will, of course, offer multiple connections to the entire American continent.
Laudamotion, the no. 1 Austrian low-cost airline company, is launching three flights per week between Bordeaux and Vienna starting from October 2019.
It will be the 12th low-cost airline company at Bordeaux Airport. This new company, a subsidiary of Ryanair, has launched a “City Shuttle” program which will be integrated in Bordeaux.