These are the flights departing from Corvera this fall
The Corvera Airport will maintain Flights with ten cities in five countries during the winter seasonwhich will start in early November. The area will save contacts with Dublinthe capital of Ireland, and with it a Belgian city witches When the recession season arrives, according to what was reported by the Ministry of the Presidency, Tourism and Culture. In addition to European destinations in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Belgium, links with Moroccan cities White House s Oujda And the national road with Palm.
The international airport in the area will be closed on October 30 The summer season that was in it Flights to 22 destinationsTwo years later were marked by restrictions that limited the arrival of passengers from abroad.
The airport will provide connection to Dublin at the end of the summer season in October
From November to the company Ryanair will continue its flights to DublinWhich was operating in the winter before the epidemic, British destinations such as Manchester and Birmingham.
EasyJet will fly to London Gatwick And the track frequencies will increase with Corvera.
Belgian Twively This winter it will add to its traditional lines from Brussels and Antwerp Brugge Ostendthe latest product launched by this company.
Arabia Airlines It also maintains the lines linking the territory with Moroccan cities White House s OujdaIt was restored last February.
Tuifly will also continue its flights to Bruges, Belgium throughout the year
Within the national territory, the only road that will be preserved during the next season is Canary Islands. company Pinter He modified his programming and from November he will fly to Palm Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in order to facilitate weekends to the islands from the region.
Between April 1 and October 30, airlines operating in the region offered for sale nearly one million seatswhich practically represents 96% of the seats offered in 2019.
Consequently, Corvera is re-establishing the region’s connections with the outside thanks to the gradual revival of air traffic that has taken place throughout this year, despite Passenger numbers are still lower than those reached before the epidemic.
The Ministry of Tourism confirms that 62% of foreign visitors arrived by plane in July
In the summer Corvera had 22 tracks, five of which were national and 17 international With the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, Norway, the Czech Republic and Morocco.
In the months of June, July and August, 347,790 passengers passed through the airport, with an occupancy rate of 87.7%. In August, 120,948 passengers were reached with an occupancy rate of 90.8%.
In addition to international destinations, This summer Murcia had national links with Mallorca, Menorca, Santander and Oviedo, as well as the Canary Islands Route.the only one who will remain at the end of summer.
Minister of Presidency, Tourism, Culture and Sports, Marcus Ortono, confirms that the primary objective of his administration is to establish new air communications in the region. “To do this, we are working closely with Aena to bring more itineraries, especially national ones, to advising and informing airlines about the regional tourism sector.”
Ortuño asserts that «Juan de la Cerva International Airport is a basic infrastructure In our tourism strategy, we are working to make it a real magnet for tourism investment and to maximize its full potential by improving air connectivity.”
“We are working with Aena to get more airlines, especially national ones”
It is worth noting that During July, air transportation was the method used by 62.1% of international travelers who visited the region.
“The airport is the first host and ambassador of the destination, which is why it is called upon to play a very active role in Promotion and image of the destination “Murcia Region” and in Promotion of tourism productsOrtuño emphasized.
The Minister of Tourism maintained contacts with airlines to establish New routes with cities in northern Spain and portuguese city Harboramong other destinations.
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