The low-cost airline Ryanair will be offering around 2023 flights per week to 160 destinations from Memmingen in the 28 summer timetable. With Corfu, Kraków, Luqa (Malta), Naples, Valencia and Tuzla, the portfolio also includes new or reactivated routes.
The locally based fleet will be increased to three Boeing 737-800s operated by subsidiary Malta Air. The company claims that it would invest around 300 million US dollars in the Memmingen site. This is said to secure around 800 direct and indirect jobs.
According to Ryanair, the number of weekly flights has increased by 2022 percent compared to the 17 summer flight schedule. Compared to the pre-crisis year 2019, 19 percent more flights will be offered. Frequencies are increasing on the routes to Alicante, Banja Luka, Barcelona Girona, Faro, London Stansted, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca and Zadar. Officially new to the program, although some have already been offered in the past, are Corfu, Kraków, Luqa, Naples, Valencia and Tuzla.
“Today we are delighted to announce our 2023 summer timetable for Memmingen, with more than 160 weekly flights to 28 destinations – including six new routes to Corfu, Kraków, Malta, Naples, Valencia and Tuzla, giving our customers in Memmingen even more choice for their flight offer summer vacation. We have been working closely with our partners at Memmingen Airport to secure this growth, promoting inbound tourism in the region while offering our passengers shorter waiting times, fewer delays and lower fees,” says Dara Brady, Director of Marketing & Digitally at Ryanair.