easyJet is adding Bordeaux, Valencia and Rhodes to its destinations from Hamburg Airport beginning in summer 2017, Hamburg Airport announced Tuesday (December 13). The airline will operate three flights to Bordeaux on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays (on Fridays instead of Thursdays during the high season), two flights to Valencia on Wednesdays and Saturdays and a connection to Rhodes on Mondays and Thursdays.
Popular tourist destinations
Bordeaux is returning to Hamburg Airport’s route network after a short suspension. ASL Airlines France flew to the city from May to September 2016. easyJet is taking over the connection to the city, which is an ideal point of departure for tours of France’s Atlantic coastline. Valencia is a new, direct destination from Hamburg. The capital of the autonomous community of Valencia is Spain’s third largest city. The Port of Valencia is Europe’s fifth busiest container port and the busiest on the Mediterranean Sea. The city has beautiful beaches, many sports facilities and extensive cultural attractions and plenty of nighttime activities.
Over 30 European connections
The addition of Rhodes in Greece gives passengers a greater choice of sunny destinations. easyJet is also increasing the frequency of connections to Manchester, Edinburgh, Zurich and Palma de Majorca from summer 2017. The airline flies to 30 of the most popular European destinations from Hamburg Airport where it has stationed three aircraft. The route to Valencia will be operated initially until September 2, 2017 and those to Bordeaux und Rhodes until October 26, 2017.
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