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There is no city that escapes the Palermo airport

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28 Marzo 2019

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There is no city that escapes the Palermo airport

There is no city that escapes the Palermo airport

Twenty connections with Italian cities plus an infinite number of flights from Palermo to 26 countries (and vice versa): summer 2019 is easy to think of flying, just choose where

It will be a record year for Palermo Falcone Borsellino airport: among the most popular routes (London, Brussels, Paris, Düsseldorf and Memmingen) and uphill numbers, the Palermo airport opens up to a summer season with 107 destinations.

The numbers? 107 destinations to connect 26 countries, 31 airlines and an estimated 12.8 percent passenger growth at the end of the year (7,448,257, without considering the destinations still being evaluated for the winter season) compared to 2018, new national and international connections, higher flight frequencies.

These are the numbers for the summer season and the growth forecasts for Palermo Falcone Borsellino airport in 2019, which foresees an intense and pleasant summer, considering that the connections are 107 in total (84 scheduled flights + 23 charter flights), with also increases in frequencies.

Gesap (airport managing body) estimates that in the top five airlines that will have the largest increase in passengers carried in the first place is Ryanair and then Volotea, EasyJet, Alitalia and Vueling, but also a surprising increase in frequencies for Air Italy (Malpensa) which will bring one of the biggest increases.

The news in the program concern Ryanair, which has two new routes in total plus two extensions for the summer season: Brussels Charleroi, Cologne and Athens, more flights to Valencia, while it has already announced four new connections with Toulouse for the coming winter season Bordeaux, Frankfurt Hahn and Krakow.

The rib of Ryanair, Lauda brings a brand new connection with Düsseldorf, while Volotea inserts Cagliari and Pescara.

Debut for the giant Air France, which puts on track the new connection with Paris Charles De Gaulle (from July, four weekly frequencies).

Charter flights will connect Palermo with Vilnius, Sharm El-Sheikh, Prague, Sofia, just to name a few.

In detail, the national connections will be around twenty: Ancona (Volotea) Naples (Volotea, EasyJet), Bari (Volotea), Olbia (Volotea), Cagliari (Volotea), Pescara (Volotea), Rome Fiumicino (Alitalia, Vueling, Ryanair ), Florence (Vueling), Pisa (Ryanair), Genoa (Volotea), Bologna (Ryanair), Venice (Volotea), Verona and Turin (Volotea and Ryanair), Milan Linate (Alitalia), Milan Malpensa (EasyJet, Air Italy, Ryanair, Neos), Bergamo and Treviso (Ryanair), Pantelleria and Lampedusa (DAT).

Another 17 guaranteed connections with France: Paris Orly (EasyJet, Transavia France), Paris Charles De Gaulle (Air France, Tui Fly Belgium, ASL Airlines France, Brussels Airlines, Enter Air, Travel Service), Paris Beauvais (Ryanair), Lille (Tui Fly Belgium, ASL Airlines France), Brest (Tui Fly Belgium), Nantes (Volotea, Tui Fly Belgium, Travel Service), Strasbourg (Volotea, Travel Service), Lyon (Tui Fly, EasyJet, Transavia, Travel Service) , Bordeaux (Ryanair, Volotea, Enter Air), Toulouse (Ryanair, Volotea, Bulgarian), Marseille (Ryanair, ASL Airlines France, Travel Service), Nice (Volotea), Rennes (TuiFly Belgium), Metz (TuiFly), Lourdes ( Bulgarian), Deauville (Enter Air) and Mulhouse (Bulgarian).

Nine routes for Germany: Frankfurt (Lufthansa), Düsseldorf (Lauda), Düsseldorf Weeze (Ryanair), Cologne (Eurowings, Ryanair), Nuremberg, Memmingen, Berlin Schoenefeld (Ryanair), Munich (Lufthansa, Eurowings), Stuttgart (Eurowings) .

Seven routes between the United Kingdom and Ireland: London Heathrow (British Airways), London Stansted (Ryanair), Liverpool, London Gatwick and London Luton (EasyJet), Manchester (Ryanair), Dublin (Ryanair).

Other seven for Spain: Barcelona (Vueling), Madrid (Ryanair, Iberia Express), Malaga, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, Bilbao (Volotea), Valencia (Ryanair).

Four routes to Switzerland and Austria: Zurich (Swiss), Geneva (EasyJet), Basel (Bulgarian), Vienna (Austrian Airlines). Three routes to Norway, Sweden, Denmark: Oslo (SAS), Stockholm-Arlanda (SAS, Norwegian), Copenhagen (SAS).

And four for Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg: Brussels (Brussels airlines, Tui Fly Belgium), Brussels Chaleroi (Ryanair), Rotterdam (Transavia), Luxembourg (Luxair).

11 routes to Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Czech Republic: Vilnius (Enter Air), Warsaw (Enter Air), Wroclaw / Wroclaw (Ryanair, Enter Air), Krakow (Enter Air), Katowice (Enter Air), Bucharest (Ryanair), Budapest (Ryanair, Bulgarian), Split (Volotea), Belgrade (Sofia (Bulgarian), Bratislava (Bulgarian), Prague (Travel Service).

8 routes to Greece, Malta, Egypt: Athens (Aegean, Ryanair), Corfu, Santorini, Heraklion-Crete, Zakynthos, Rhodes (Volotea), Malta (AirMalta), Sharm el-Sheikh (Bulgarian).

Nine routes for Germany: Frankfurt (Lufthansa), Düsseldorf (Lauda), Düsseldorf Weeze (Ryanair), Cologne (Eurowings, Ryanair), Nuremberg, Memmingen, Berlin Schoenefeld (Ryanair), Munich (Lufthansa, Eurowings), Stuttgart (Eurowings) .

Seven routes between the United Kingdom and Ireland: London Heathrow (British Airways), London Stansted (Ryanair), Liverpool, London Gatwick and London Luton (EasyJet), Manchester (Ryanair), Dublin (Ryanair).

Other seven for Spain: Barcelona (Vueling), Madrid (Ryanair, Iberia Express), Malaga, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, Bilbao (Volotea), Valencia (Ryanair).

Four routes to Switzerland and Austria: Zurich (Swiss), Geneva (EasyJet), Basel (Bulgarian), Vienna (Austrian Airlines). Three routes to Norway, Sweden, Denmark: Oslo (SAS), Stockholm-Arlanda (SAS, Norwegian), Copenhagen (SAS).

And four for Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg: Brussels (Brussels airlines, Tui Fly Belgium), Brussels Chaleroi (Ryanair), Rotterdam (Transavia), Luxembourg (Luxair).

11 routes to Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Czech Republic: Vilnius (Enter Air), Warsaw (Enter Air), Wroclaw / Wroclaw (Ryanair, Enter Air), Krakow (Enter Air), Katowice (Enter Air), Bucharest (Ryanair), Budapest (Ryanair, Bulgarian), Split (Volotea), Belgrade (Sofia (Bulgarian), Bratislava (Bulgarian), Prague (Travel Service).

8 routes to Greece, Malta, Egypt: Athens (Aegean, Ryanair), Corfu, Santorini, Heraklion-Crete, Zakynthos, Rhodes (Volotea), Malta (AirMalta), Sharm el-Sheikh (Bulgarian).

Other connections outside the EU: Moscow Vnukovo (Pobeda), Moscow Seremet’evo (Alitalia), Tunis (Tunisair).

The total number of places available for 2019 is almost nine million: that is, 13.08 percent more than 2018. Furthermore, it maintains the record as a Sicilian airport with the highest percentage growth in passengers (in 2018 it was the second Italian airport for percentage growth of passengers – source Assaeroporti, the third in Europe among the airports from 5 to 10 million passengers a year – source Aci Europe).

Source: Balarm.it

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