Edelweiss expands winter flight schedule with new destinations and increased frequencies

Airbus A320 (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Airbus A320 (Photo: Robert Spohr).

Edelweiss expands winter flight schedule with new destinations and increased frequencies

Airbus A320 (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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Edelweiss is preparing intensively for the 2024/25 winter flight schedule and is offering travelers a variety of new destinations and increased flight frequencies. With a total of 66 destinations in 34 countries, the offering is being expanded considerably, especially in Africa, the Middle East and the Nordic regions.

The new destinations include Salalah in Oman, Sphinx International Airport in Egypt and Tunis in Tunisia. These cities promise not only cultural experiences, but also scenic beauty and historical sights. Salalah attracts with its white sandy beaches and the Rub al-Khali desert, Sphinx Airport is the gateway to the Pyramids of Giza, and Tunis impresses with its UNESCO-protected Medina.

Expansion of flight frequencies in Norway and Finland

To meet the growing interest in winter travel destinations, Edelweiss is significantly increasing flight frequencies to Norway and Finland. Particularly noteworthy are the increased flights to Tromsø, the gateway to the Arctic, and Narvik, which will host the Alpine Ski World Championships next year. The Lofoten Islands in Norway and Lapland in Finland are also part of the expanded offer, which appeals to skiers and nature lovers alike.

Long-haul offer remains strong

Edelweiss continues to offer a variety of long-haul flights, including to Tampa Bay, Cancún, Havana, and San José in Costa Rica. The connections to Mauritius, Seychelles, Cape Town, and the Maldives are also particularly popular. The winter offer also includes regular flights to Phuket in Thailand and now also to Colombia, with Bogotá and Cartagena as attractive destinations.

Cape Verde and other medium-haul destinations

The number of flights to Cape Verde will be doubled, making this exotic island group more accessible. Flights to Morocco, particularly to Agadir, will also be expanded. Classic summer destinations such as Djerba, Ibiza and Antalya will also benefit from an extended season into November and December.

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René Steuer is an editor at Aviation.Direct and specializes in tourism and regional aviation. Before that, he worked for AviationNetOnline (formerly Austrian Aviation Net), among others.
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