New airline routes

NEW FLIGHTS 2020: With the start of the summer schedule, many airlines will open new airline routes. Get ready to discover all the new airline routes in 2020 from all the airports within GoOpti's network in Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria.

ITALY

Milan Malpensa Airport

Malpensa Airport (IATA: MXP, ICAO: LIMC) is Italy's second busiest passenger airport and among the 20 busiest airports in Europe.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Blu Express: Mykonos (11 July - 13 September)
  • Nouvelair Tunisie: Monastir (25 May - 28 September), Tunis (1 June - 28 September)
  • EVA Air: Taipei (18 May)
  • Gulf Air: Bahrain (1 July)
  • Sun express: Izmir-Smirne (4 June - 28 September)
  • ANA Airlines: Tokyo Haneda (6 July)
  • NEOS: Kavala (8 June)
  • easyJet: Sharm el Sheik (4 April - 24 October), Preveza (22 June - 28 August), Tivat (22 June)
  • Ryanair: Kalamata (March), Alghero (31 March), Barcelona (25 October), Cagliari (25 October)
  • Lauda: Vienna (29 March)
  • Ural Airlines: Moscow (31 March)
  • Wizz Air: Krakow (1 July)

Bergamo Airport

Orio al Serio Bergamo Airport (IATA: BGY, ICAO: LIME), which lies east of Milan, the Italian fashion capital, is also the largest Ryanair hub in continental Europe. From Bergamo Ryanair offers flights to over 70 destinations in 25 countries.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Wizz Air: Tirana (29 March)
  • Ryanair: Marseille (March), Agadir (March), Tbilisi (March), Santorini (3 May), Mykonos (7 July), Banja Luka (26 October)
  • Vueling: Barcelona El Prat (29 March)
  • Air Albania: Tirana (29 March)
  • Lauda: Palma de Mallorca (29 March)

Bologna Airport

Guglielmo Marconi Bologna Airport (IATA: BLQ, ICAO: LIPE) is a medium—sized airport that offers both domestic flights to Italy and international flights across Europe and overseas.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Wizz Air: Tirana (1 May), Warsaw-Chopin (2 June), Krakow (1 August)
  • Ryanair: Kefalonia (29 March), Zakynthos (1 June)
  • Blu Express: Iraklion (7 June - 3 September)
  • Jonika Airlines: Kyiv-Zhuliany (24 April)
  • SkyUp: Kyiv-Boryspol (29 March)

Venice Marco Polo Airport

Venice Marco Polo Airport (IATA: VCE, ICAO: LIPZ) lies along the Venetian lagoon, about 12 kilometers from Venice. Marco Polo is the fourth most visited Italian airport.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Volotea: Hannover (27 March), Luxembourg (2 April), Kalamata (3 June)
  • easyJet: Sharm el Sheik (3 September)

Treviso Airport

Treviso Airport (IATA: TSF, ICAO: LIPH) also called Aeroporto di Treviso Antonio Canova is a small airport 30 km from Venice. It mostly offers low—cost flights.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Wizz Air: Kutaisi (1 July), Tirana (1 August)

Verona Airport

Valerio Catullo Verona Airport (IATA: VRN, ICAO: LIPX) annually records more than three million passengers, and its special feature is the anti—fog system, which allows aircrafts to run flights even in very dense fog. 3.5 million passengers visit it every year.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Air Albania: Tirana (29 March)
  • Blue Air: Iași (16 June)
  • Bluebird Airways: Tel Aviv (1 July)
  • Wizz Air: Tirana (1 May), Kraków (2 August)
  • EasyJet: London (30 March)
  • Eurowings: Dusseldorf (31 March)
  • NEOS: Tel Aviv (3 March), Luxor (12 March), Kavala (8 June) 
  • Nouvelair Tunisie: Monastir (25 May), Tunis (1 June)
  • Ryanair: Dublin (2 April)
  • Transavia: Brussels (2 April)
  • Volotea: Preveza/Lefkada (8 July), Skiathos (7 July)

Rome Fiumicino Airport

Rome–Fiumicino International Airport "Leonardo da Vinci" (IATA: FCO, ICAO: LIRF) is an international airport in Rome and a major airport in Italy. It is one of the busiest airports in Europe by passenger traffic with almost 43 million passengers served in 2018.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Aegean Airlines: Thessaloniki (29 March)
  • airBaltic: Tallinn (30 March)
  • Alitalia: Tokyo-Haneda (29 March), San Francisco (1 June)
  • AnadoluJet: Istanbul–Sabiha Gökçen (29 March)
  • Blue Panorama Airlines: Karpathos (28 June)
  • Delta Air Lines: Boston (21 May)
  • easyJet: Manchester (7 June)
  • NEOS: Tel Aviv (16 June)
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle: Chicago–O'Hare (3 June), Denver (31 March), San Francisco (1 April)
  • Nouvelair: Djerba (8 June)
  • SkyUp: Kyiv–Boryspil (29 March), Lviv (29 March)
  • Transavia France: Montpellier (5 April)
  • WestJet: Calgary (2 May)
  • Wizz Air: Iași (29 March)

AUSTRIA

Vienna Airport

Vienna Airport (German: Flughafen Wien—Schwechat, IATA: VIE, ICAO: LOWW) is one of the most important airports for Central and Eastern Europe, and is visited annually by more than 27 million passengers.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Wizz Air: Alghero (2 June), Corfu (3 June), Faro (4 July), Podgorica (3 July), Suceava (3 July), Castellon (1 July), London (22 April), Yerevan (20 March), Zaporizhia (29 March)
  • AndalouJet: Istanbul (29 March)
  • Austrian Airlines: Boston (29 March), Zadar (29 March), Zaporizhia (12 May)
  • Blue Islands: Jersey (27 May)
  • Corendon Airlines: Antalya (18 June), Bodrum (20 June), Izmir (13 June)
  • Lauda: Banja Luka (30 March), Beirut (29 March), Brindisi (29 March), Bristol (29 March), Catania (31 March), Dubrovnik (29 March), Helsinki (29 March), Kherson (30 March), Lamezia Terme (31 March), Lappeenranta (29 March), Malta (30 March), Milan-Malpensa (29 March), Palermo (31 March), Santander (30 March), Tallinn (31 March); Antalya (29 March), Alghero (29 March), Bodrum (30 March), Burgas (31 March), Dalaman (31 March), Kefalonia (2 May), Skiathos (2 May), Zaragoza (31 March)
  • Malta Air: Dortmund (29 March), Dublin (1 April), Madrid (29 March), Malta (29 March), Tel Aviv (29 March), Warsaw (29 March), Zaragoza (29 March); Seasonal: Cagliari (29 March), Perugia (31 March), Preveza (29 March), Rimini (30 March), Shannon (1 April), Varna (31 March), Zadar (30 March)
  • SunExpress: Adana (2 June), Dalaman (31 May)

SLOVENIA

Ljubljana Airport

Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (IATA: LJU, ICAO: LJLJ), also known by its previous name Brnik Airport, is the central Slovenian airport.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Iberia: Madrid (28 July)
  • Windrose Airlines: Kyiv-Boryspil (30 April)

CROATIA

Zagreb Airport

Franjo Tuđman Airport Zagreb (IATA: ZAG, ICAO: LDZA) is the largest and busiest international airport in Croatia. In 2019 it handled 3.45 million passengers and some 13,000 tons of cargo.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Croatia Airlines: Podgorica (3 May), Sofia (1 May)
  • Tunisair: Monastir (27 May)
  • Windrose Airlines: Kyiv-Boryspil (2 June)

Rijeka Airport

Rijeka Airport (IATA: RJK, ICAO: LDRI) lies on the island of Krk, 17 km from Rijeka, and is busiest during the summer months, when low—cost airlines offer tourists access to the northern part of the Croatian coast.

New airline routes in 2020

  • airBaltic: Vilnius (7 May) 
  • Great Dane Airlines: Copenhagen (10 September) 
  • LOT Polish Airlines: Warsaw-Chopin (7 June)
  • Ryanair: Hahn (9 May)

Pula Airport

Pula Airport (IATA: PUY, ICAO: LDPL) is an international airport located 6 km from the city center. In 2019, it welcomed approximately 777,568 passengers.

New airline routes in 2020

  • easyJet: Glasgow (22 June), London-Luton (28 April)
  • Transavia: Paris-Orly (4 April)
  • TUI fly Belgium: Brussels (25 April)

Zadar Airport

Zadar Airport (IATA: ZAD, ICAO: LDZD) is an international airport serving Zadar, Croatia. It is located in Zemunik Donji, 8 km (5 mi) from the centre of Zadar.

New airline routes in 2020

  • Austrian Airlines: Vienna (29 March)
  • easyJet: Amsterdam (23 June)
  • Jet2.com: London-Stansed (24 May), Manchester (24 May)
  • Lauda: Aarhus (1 May), Bremen (2 May), Cork (3 May), Dublin (29 March), Hamburg (1 May), Kaunas (3 May), Liverpool (3 May), Maastricht/Aachen (1 May), Paris Beauvais (2 May), Riga (3 May), Touluse (3 May), Wroclaw (1 May)
  • LOT Polish Airlines: Rzeszów (30 May)
  • Malta Air: Marseille (29 March), Vienna (30 March)
  • Ryanair: Budapest (2 July), Gdańsk (31 March)
  • Scandinavian Airlines: Copenhagen (30 June)

 
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