The German subsidiary of SunExpress has planned new routes from eight cities in Germany to holiday destinations in Bulgaria, Croatia, Tunisia, Greece, Turkey and the Canary Islands.
Routes are scheduled from Cologne – Trabzon once weekly and Fuerteventura twice weekly, from Dusseldorf to Carsamba, Gaziantep, Seville, Dalaman, Fuerteventura and Varna once weekly and to Bodrum twice weekly. Both Dusseldorf – Gaziantep and Dusseldorf – Seville will increase to two-weekly rotations from June 29, 2015.
New routes from Hanover – Carsamba, Elazig, Gaziantep and Rhodes once weekly have been added, as well as from Hanover – Fuerteventura twice weekly and to Heraklion three-times weekly.
Additions also include Leipzig – Gaziantep, Dubrovnik, Heraklion, Enfidha, Split and Varna once per week and Fuerteventura twice weekly. Operations between Leipzig and Varna will increase to twice weekly between July 16 and August 29, 2015.
Weekly rotations from Frankfurt - Fuerteventura and Varna will be added as well as weekly routes from Munich – Ankara, Fuerteventura and Varna. The Munich - Varna route will only run until August 27, 2015 and the Munich – Fuerteventura route will run two weekly rotations from August 3, 2015.
Weekly Nuremberg – Enfidha and Fuerteventura routes will be added, with the Fuerteventura route increasing to twice weekly from August 3, 2015.
Finally, Stuttgart – Fuerteventura and Varna will be added, with both planning to increase to two weekly frequencies. The Fuerteventura route will increase frequencies from August 3, 2015, and the Varna route will run twice weekly from May 21, 2015 – September 27, 2015.
SunExpress Germany is a German leisure airline based in Frankfurt. The airline is a subsidiary of SunExpress which itself is a subsidiary of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa.