Lanzarote begins to operate this Saturday a new link with Rotterdam



      The airlines inaugurate 18 national and international routes in the Canarian airports since the beginning of the summer season

      In the Gran Canaria Airport, four new routes began operating, in Tenerife Sur Cuatro, in Fuerteventura seven and in Lanzarote, La Palma and Tenerife Norte, one in each airportThe airlines have begun operating at the Canary Islands airports during the first weeks of the summer season, between March 24 and April 22, a total of 18 new national and international routes.

      In the case of the island of Lanzarote, next Saturday, April 21, the company TUIfly Netherlands will start operating from Lanzarote Airport a new link with Rotterdam, with a stopover in Fuerteventura, which will have two weekly frequencies.

      In the case of the Gran Canaria Airport, 4 new routes were opened. On March 24, the route to Zurich (Switzerland), operated by Olympus Airways, was inaugurated on a weekly basis and on March 25, the same airline started a new connection with Hannover, with four weekly frequencies. In addition, on Monday 26 and Friday 30 March, the new connections with Dusseldorf and Venice, operated by Azur Air and Ryanair, respectively, began to operate, with a weekly frequency each.

      In the Tenerife South Airport, four new routes were also opened. On March 22, 23 and 25, Olympus Airways began operating its connections with Cologne and Stuttgart, in Germany, and Zurich, in Switzerland. And on March 27, the new link with Tel Aviv TLV (Israel) started, operated by SmartWings, which will have a weekly frequency every Tuesday until June 9, date from which an additional frequency will operate. This new flight was received with the traditional water bow of the airport firemen and the passengers and crew were treated to a commemorative cake.


      In Fuerteventura, for its part, seven new routes were inaugurated, five of them with German destinations, one with Switzerland and another with France. Specifically, on 23 and 24 March, the company Olympus Airways started the routes with Cologne, with three weekly frequencies, Hamburg and Stuttgart, with a weekly operation each. On the 25th, the Small Planet Group started its route with Dusseldorf, a connection that has a weekly frequency, and Olympus Airways began its connection with Zurich, with two weekly operations. On March 26, the easyJet company launched its new link with Lyon, with two weekly flights, as well as the route started by Azur Air with Dusseldorf, which began on the 27th.


      On La Palma and Tenerife North, on March 25, Air Europa launched its connection between the two islands, with 44 weekly operations.