Nouvelair is back at Cologne/Bonn Airport

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The Tunisian airline Nouvelair celebrated its comeback at Cologne/Bonn Airport last week. For the first time since 2019, two destinations are offered again. You control the airport from Djerba and Monastir. 

"We are very pleased that Nouvelair is returning to our airport with two destinations that are interesting for both individual and package travelers," explains Thilo Schmid, CEO of Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH. "Tunisia is a classic travel destination for anyone who loves great beaches, exciting culture and Arabic hospitality." 

Since June 21, 2023, there has been a flight to Monastir on the Gulf of Hammamet every Wednesday at 9.40 a.m. (arrival: 11.20 a.m. local time). The coastal town at the tip of a peninsula scores with two city beaches, a lively old town and the 8th-century fortress Ribat (return flight also on Wednesdays at 5.00:XNUMX a.m. local time). 

The connection from Cologne/Bonn to Djerba is also completely new in the Nouvelair flight schedule. From June 27, flights will be served to the largest island in North Africa in the Gulf of Gabès every Tuesday at 15.40:17.40 p.m. (arrival: 3.000:04.15 p.m. local time). With more than XNUMX hours of sunshine per year, Djerba is particularly popular with bathers and water sports enthusiasts (return flight also on Tuesdays at XNUMX:XNUMX a.m. local time). 

Comeback at CGN (Photo: Cologne/Bonn Airport).
Comeback at CGN (Photo: Cologne/Bonn Airport).