Cologne/Bonn with 115 international destinations in summer 2023

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In the 2023 summer timetable, the airlines will be offering 115 international destinations in 33 countries from Cologne/Bonn. Among them are numerous holiday destinations.

The airlines are flying to destinations in the south that are very popular with travelers this summer, such as Palma de Mallorca or Antalya. In some cases, the frequencies to these destinations have been increased due to the high demand. In addition to these classics, the airlines have also added new destinations to their programme: with Dubrovnik, Eurowings is adding a destination to its flight schedule that was last served two years ago. The Croatian port city, which scores with a wonderful old town right on the sea, will be served every Sunday from June 4th. From June 2nd, the cultural metropolis of Valencia, located in the south-east of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea, will be served four times a week by Eurowings. Kütahya-Zafer in western Turkey will be adding Mondays to the flight schedule of the German airline from June 19.

With Venice and Arrecife, Ryanair will take over two flight destinations in the summer, which were served for the first time in the now expiring winter flight schedule. The Italian lagoon city will be served three times a week from March 26th. The capital of the Canary Island of Lanzerote will be served twice a week from March 30th.

Other new destinations include Egypt's Marsa Alam with Air Cairo (from March 27), the Greek island of Corfu with Corendon Airlines Europe (from May 3) and the Serbian capital of Belgrade with Air Serbia (from May 18 ). In addition, Aegean will start a Thessaloniki connection in June (from June 4th), Pegasus will fly to Elazig (from June 14th), Air Arabia Maroc to Tangier (from June 24th) and Nouvelair Tunisie to Monastir (from June 21st). and Djerba (from June 27).

Cologne / Bonn Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Cologne / Bonn Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).