New airline routes in 2019

From Vienna directly to Tokyo, from Bologna to Philadelphia, from Pula to Manchester. With the start of the summer timetable (March 25), many airlines will open new airline routes. Get ready and discover new airline routes in 2019 from airports within the GoOpti network in Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Austria and Germany.

Dad Giuseppe with daughter Alice

1Dad Giuseppe with daughter Alice


Milan-Malpensa Airport

Milan—Malpensa Airport (IATA: MXP, ICAO: LIMC) is Italy's second busiest passenger airport and among the 20 busiest airports in Europe. Last year (2018) it was visited by more than 24 million passengers.

New airline routes in 2019
Ryanair: Bristol — May 26, Kaunas — March / April, Tenerife South — March / April
Wizz Air: Budapest — March 31
Neos: Chania — June 12, Corfu — June 3, Larnaca — June 7, Samos — June 1
Blue Express: Kos — June 7, Skiathos — June 7, Zakynthos — June 6
Ernest Airlines: Kharkiv — March 21
Alitalia: St. Petersburg — July 27
Air Italy: San Francisco — April 10, Los Angeles — April 3

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 2019
Blue Express: Cephalonia — July 29, Reggio di Calabria — April 1
Air Cairo: Sharm el Sheikh — March 31
Ryanair: London Southend — April 3, Sofia, Brno, Amman, Faro, Stuttgart
TUI: Casablanca — June 8

Bologna Airport

Guglielmo Marconi Bologna Airport (IATA: BLQ, ICAO: LIPE) is a medium—sized airport from which you can fly with 46 airlines that offer both domestic flights to Italy and international flights across Europe and overseas.

New airline routes in 2019
Finnair: Helsinki — April 10
Ryanair: Podgorica — April, Heraklion, Amman, Corfu, Kaunas, London Luton, Marseille, Stuttgart
Wizz: Budapest — April 2
Blue Express: Carpathos — June 9, Reggio Calabria — March 31

Venice Marco Polo Airport

Venice Marco Polo Airport (IATA: VCE, ICAO: LIPZ) lies along the Venetian lagoon, about 12 kilometers from Venice. In 2018 it welcomed over 11 million passengers, which makes it the fourth most visited Italian airport.

New airline routes in 2019
easyJet: Nice — March 31
Eurowings: Calvi (Corsica) — May 2019
Thomson Airways: Manchester — May 3
Ryanair: London Southend — April 3

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 2019
Ryanair: Bordeaux, Fez, Prague, Manchester, Seville, Vilnius, Stuttgart

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 2019
Thomson Airways: Glasgow — May 15
Volotea: Malta — June 4th, Zakynthos — June 6
Tunisair: Tunis — June 10 Birmingham — May 11
Ryanair: Stuttgart


Vienna Airport

The 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 2019
Wizz Air: Malmö — February 15, Madrid — February 15, Reykjavik — February 16, Stockholm — February 15, Catania — February 23, Lisbon — February 22, Milan Malpensa — 22. February, Nice — February 22
Laudamotion: Corfu — March 31, Heraklion — May 21, Kos — May 21, Mykonos — April 3, Rhodes — March 31, Zakynthos — May 24
Vueling: Florence — September 15, Porto — April 1, Seville — March 31
Volotea: Bordeaux — April 12
Royal Air Maroc: Casablanca — April 1
LEVEL: Porto — April 1, Seville — March 31
All Nippon Airways (ANA): Tokyo — February 17


Munich Airport

Munich Airport (German: Flughafen München Franz Josef Strauß; IATA: MUC, ICAO: EDDM) is the central international airport of the capital of Bavaria and the second most attractive airport in Germany. In 2017, it recorded 44.6 million passengers travelling to more than 260 destinations worldwide.

New airline routes in 2019
Turkish Airlines: Istanbul — January 10
Germania: Djerba — May 30, Varna — July 24
American Airlines: Charlotte — March 31, Dallas / Fort Worth — June 6


Ljubljana Airport

Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (IATA: LJU, ICAO: LJLJ) is the central Slovenian airport and connects 24 European destinations (Amsterdam, Belgrade, Berlin—Schönefeld, Brussels, Brussels—Charleroi, Copenhagen, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London Luton, London Stansted, London Gatwick, Moscow, Munich, Paris—Charles de Gaulle, Podgorica, Prague, Pristina, Skopje, Sofia, Tirana, Vienna, Warsaw, Zurich) with direct flights provided by eleven airlines.

New airline routes in 2019
British Airways: London Heathrow — July 15


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 2019
Thomson Airways: Manchester — May 23
Volotea: Marseille — June 5
Air Serbia: Belgrade — June 4
TUI: London Gatwick — May 23, Manchester — May 23

Pula Airport

Pula Airport (IATA: PUY, ICAO: LDPL) is an international airport located 6 km from the city center. In 2018, it welcomed approximately 700,000 passengers.

New airline routes in 2019
Ryanair: Frankfurt — March 26, Stuttgart
Thomson Airways: Manchester — May 4
Volotea: Bordeaux — June 5 Birmingham — May 12
easyJet: Amsterdam — June 25, Geneva — June 26
British Airways: London Heathrow — June 29
TUI: Doncaster Sheffield — May 4

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