Route Map 2023

New Connections 2023

SUMMER TRAVEL WITH LÜBECK AIR

Many beautiful flight destinations, plan now: From May, Lübeck Air will fly again to Bern, Iceland, Corsica, Menorca and Sardinia. A new addition is the dream destination Naples – flights are bookable!

Currently Bergen and Salzburg are on the flight schedule - as well as Sälen, the Scandinavian Mountains Airport. Lübeck Air also connects Munich and Stuttgart all year round. The two southern German cities will soon additionally be served in the morning and evening, and with a small stopover in Lübeck, Bergen in Norway is in short reach from the South of Germany.

Fly with Lübeck Air and score with comfort: Large seat pitch, a delicious snack and your luggage are already included.

Antalya, Corfu, Crete and Mallorca

Starting again in May:
2x per week to Antalya, Crete and Mallorca and every Sunday to Corfu.

Flight tickets and package tours can be booked in the travel agency or online via all well-known tour operators.
as well as at www.sundair.com.

Timetable 2023
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Dear guests, following 01. Octobre 2022, you are no longer obligated to wear masks on board of aircrafts coming from or flying to Germany. Nevertheless, we recommend you to wear a medical or FFP2 mask for your own safety.
Further information on Covid-19 precautionary measures is available here.

 

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Lübeck Airport

Lübeck Airport is the direct gateway from the Baltic Sea to Southern Germany and other European countries. From here, our guests can discover many new destinations. Our modern terminal offers, among other things, a bistro, a travel agency and a store for travel supplies - for a relaxing start to your journey. With our short walking distances, you can quickly get from the parking lot to check-in, security check and the departure gate. Soon to follow is our beautiful restaurant with a large panoramic terrace.

An upcurrent for Lübeck

  • A north German airport full of traditions
  • Founded in August 1917
  • Connecting north and south of Germany
  • The gate to travel the world
  • Opening up the northern German regions for tourism
  • Safeguarding the site for business, science and medicine