Even more on offer: the new winter flight schedule features new airlines and new Eastern European and Scandinavian destinations
The winter flight schedule for Albrecht Dürer Airport Nuremberg (valid from 27 October 2019) includes seven new destinations and expanded capacity. After a break of several years, the Scandinavian metropolis of Copenhagen is back on the schedule. An average of 60 non-stop destinations in 24 countries are currently served, including 14 European capitals and nine international hubs.
A fast, relaxed start to your journey: Business travellers vote Nuremberg Germany’s best airport for the twelfth time
The popularity of Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg is down to combination of a consistently high level of customer satisfaction and customers’ appreciation of what the airport stands for. Business travellers in particular appreciate USPs such as short walking distances and premium services.
New for winter: flights to Nuremberg from Copenhagen, Athens and Tel Aviv
The winter flight schedule is bringing three new nonstop connections to Nuremberg: After a brief interruption, passengers will again be able fly to Nuremberg from Tel Aviv from November. Flights from Athens are also back on the schedule. Both connections are now operated by Ryanair. After a five-year break, direct flights from Scandinavia to Nuremberg are available again. From autumn, Ryanair will operate flights from the Danish capital, Copenhagen. Other new connections are in preparation.