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Ryanair plans to resume operations from Bremen

June 4, 2020 | Good news for all those who do not want to spend their summer vacation on the balcony at home, but would rather fly on vacation: The Irish airline Ryanair is planning to resume flight operations from Bremen Airport. "We are pleased that Ryanair is now offering flights again at our airport from the beginning of July and is offering some of its destinations to travelers," says airport manager Elmar Kleinert. "This is good news for us. Of course, Bremen Airport has prepared itself for travel in Corona times and implemented all necessary measures by the health authority three weeks ago. "

From early July, Ryanair will be flying from Bremen to Alicante, Málaga, Mallorca, London-Stansted, Porto and Thessaloniki. All destinations are flown to twice a week and to Mallorca and London three times a week. The flight schedule is valid until the end of July. As of August, Ryanair announced an increase in frequency to five weekly flights to London and Mallorca, as well as the start of the route to Milan-Bergamo (two flights / week). 

The following flights are currently departing from Bremen Airport:

Bremen - Munich with Lufthansa, six times a week / from mid-June twelve times a week

Bremen - Stuttgart with Eurowings, five times a week

Bremen - Vienna with Wizz Air, up to three times a week

From mid-June, Frankfurt will follow with seven flights a week  

Flights with Ryanair from early July:

Alicante, twice a week

Málaga, twice a week

Mallorca, three times a week / from August five times a week

London-Stansted, three times / week / From August five times / week

Postage, twice / week Thessaloniki, twice / week

Milan-Bergamo from August, twice a week 

All flights, flight days and flight times on  

Passengers are advised to check the status of their flight with their airline or tour operator prior to departure. For this purpose, it is advisable to find out about the travel recommendations of the Federal Foreign Office. 

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