The Spanish airline Vueling, which has already been connecting Nuremberg with Barcelona for years, is launching another route from Nuremberg from 2 November. Three times a week it will fly to Paris-Orly Airport, which is located in the south of the metropolis of 12 million inhabitants. With this, Vueling supplements the offer of the already existing hub connection to Charles-de-Gaulle Airport, which is served by Air France up to twice a day.
Extend your summer now: Canaries, Turkey and more destinations non-stop from Nuremberg
Nuremberg Airport recorded its busiest travel month in August since the beginning of the pandemic. But even after the summer holidays, a wide range of flights remains on offer. September and October are the ideal time to travel, for example, for those who don't travel with school-age children.
The cargo business at Nuremberg Airport is developing largely unaffected by the pandemic. In some segments, even growth has been recorded, making a third cargo center for various freight forwarders and their service providers necessary. A letter of intent has now been signed by Dr. Michael Hupe, Managing Director of Nuremberg Airport, and Soheyl Rahmani, Managing Director of CHI NUE Cargo Handling GmbH, future key tenant in the planned Cargo Center 3.