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Manchester to gain twice-weekly flights to Bergen with Norwegian


Newcastle airport


Newcastle flights to Munich to start next year with Lufthansa


Luſthansa is to start flying from Newcastle to Munich next year. Te German airline’s first route


from Newcastle, its seventh UK destination, starts on February 3, 2020. Return fares start from £86. Flights will operate every


day of the week except Saturday, departing Newcastle at 13.40 and arriving in Munich at 16.40. Andreas Köster, Luſthansa


Group’s senior sales director for the UK and Ireland, said: “Tis new service will provide our customers from Newcastle with convenient and non-stop access to one of Europe’s most-visited and economically thriving cities.” Nick Jones, Newcastle airport


chief executive, added: “Tis new route also opens up a wider network, including destinations such as Athens, Milan and Berlin.” lufthansa.com/flights/uk


BA starts London City route to Split, Croatia


British Airways started flying to Split, Croatia, from London City airport last Friday. The service operates three times a week, on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Hand baggage-only return fares start at £201. BA also flies to Split from Heathrow, a route on which it boosted flights from five to seven a week this year. ba.com


Jet2 adds Croatia and Greece resorts plus 19 routes for 2020


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Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have added two destinations to their 2020 portfolio, along with 19 new routes. Te new destinations are Zadar, Croatia – served


from Stansted and Manchester – and Preveza, Greece, from Birmingham, Stansted and Manchester. Jet2.com will fly four times a week to Preveza, which


gives holidaymakers access to the Epirus region. Preveza becomes the operator’s ninth destination in


Greece, joining Corfu, Kefalonia, Kos, Rhodes, Zante, Tessaloniki and two in Crete – Heraklion and Chania. Zadar will be served by twice-weekly flights. Te


city is on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast and known for its Roman and Venetian ruins. Other Croatian destinations already served by


Jet2.com are Dubrovnik, Split and Pula. Te 14 other new routes launching for summer 2020 are Belfast International to Izmir; Birmingham to


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Budapest, Kefalonia, Nice and Murcia; East Midlands to Izmir and La Rochelle; Edinburgh to Izmir; Glasgow to Costa de Almeria and Krakow; Newcastle to Kos; and Stansted to Murcia, Bergerac and La Rochelle. Te airline is also extending its summer season to


Crete, with flights and holidays to Heraklion available via five UK airports from April 3. Departures will run from Birmingham, Glasgow,


Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Stansted airports until October or early November. Te operator will also serve Chania in Crete from


Birmingham, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Stansted as part of its biggest programme to the island.  Jet2.com has extended its “twilight check-in service”, which allows customers drop off their bags between 3pm and 8pm the night before their flight, to Edinburgh and Newcastle airports. Te service, included within the fare and on Jet2holidays packages, is now available at seven Jet2 bases. jet2holidays.com


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Low-cost carrier Norwegian has added a route to cruise hub Bergen from Manchester airport. Twice-weekly flights to the Norwegian port city start on October 28, with departures on Sundays and Tuesdays. Fares start at £42.90 one-way. The airline already operates three weekly flights to Oslo, two a week to Stavanger and two to Stockholm from Manchester. norwegian.com


Zadar, Croatia


Wizz Air flies daily to Gdansk and signs to buy 20 longer-range A321s


Wizz Air has added daily flights to Gdansk, Poland, from Gatwick. The carrier, which started Gatwick links to Budapest, Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca in March, also plans to buy 20 extended-range Airbus A321XLR aircraft. Chief executive Jozsef Varadi said the new hardware would enable the Hungarian carrier to fly to destinations currently out of its reach. wizzair.com


Prevesa, Greece


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