In the 2022/23 winter timetable, the low-cost airline Ryanair will operate from Nuremberg with two Boeing 737-800s operated by its subsidiary Malta Air. According to their own information, they have nine new winter routes in their portfolio.
The Ryanair winter flight schedule 2022/23 consists of 20 destinations that are offered from the Bavarian airport. The low-cost airline considers this to be “record-breaking” and at the same time taunts its competitor Lufthansa. The German federal government is accused of "concentrating only on national airports and feeding Lufthansa with state aid, which, however, is cutting and reducing its capacities and fleet".
“Ryanair is pleased to continue the growth at Nuremberg Airport with its largest winter schedule to date shortly after our base opened this spring and to support the regional airports while the government keeps forgetting them and their citizens in the rural regions. This winter we have two aircraft based in Nuremberg bringing high-paying aviation jobs to the region and supporting tourism recovery across Germany while we still wait for government action to help tourism recovery to move forward post-pandemic,” said Ryanair DAC Chief Executive Eddie Wilson.
Nuremberg Airport Manager Michael Hupe adds: “Ryanair is now our largest airline partner in Nuremberg. Thanks to Ryanair, more new destinations will be offered in 2022 than ever before. The very positive experience with the flight program in the past summer timetable shows us that the routes offered have been extremely well received by the market. We are now hoping for just as strong demand in the forthcoming winter half-year.”