Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg International Airport or EuroAirport has unveiled its 2023 summer program. A total of 100 destinations will be offered, including Morocco, Egypt and Canada.
Starting March 26, the EuroAirport will implement its flight plan. It plans to launch or take over six (new) destinations with four airlines. The “regional hub for direct flight connections to Europe and the Mediterranean Basin will be connected until October 28, 2023 to 100 direct destinations, among others in France and Canada, Cyprus, Egypt, Spain, Greece, Italy, Morocco and Tunisia,” Air Journal reports.
In detail, the EuroAirport plans to increase the frequency of flights to Casablanca with Air Arabia (5 rotations per week), Hurghada with Air Cairo (3 rotations per week), Dublin with Ryanair (5 rotations per week), Zagreb with Ryanair (4 rotations per week), Antalya with Pegasus (4 rotations per week) and with Sun Express (3 rotations per day), etc.
In a press release, EuroAirport recommends that travelers arrive at the airport well in advance – at least two hours before departure – and prepare well for their trip due to the expected increase in passenger numbers from the start of the summer flight plan. He added: “If you choose to drive to the airport, it is advisable to reserve your parking space in advance. In general, it is recommended to use public transportation to get to the Airport.”