Taking off with Volotea for the Mediterranean: The Spanish airline now operates two weekly flights with a Boeing 717 from Munich to Montpellier in the south of France and to Zaragoza in north-eastern Spain. The Montpellier service departs on Tuesdays and Fridays, and the flights to Zaragoza on Mondays and Thursdays. Other destinations already served by Volotea from Munich are Bordeaux, Mykonos and Asturias.
The new flights will serve three enchanting cities:
At the center of Montpellier is the car-free historic town center, lined by splendid mansions, and the Place de la Comédie, with the opera house. Vacationers can reach the Mediterranean coast, just a few kilometers away, by tram or bus.
Zaragoza is Spain’s fifth largest city. The Ebro, the second-longest river on the Iberian Peninsula, winds through it. Other famous landmarks are the Puente de Piedra bridge and the Basílica del Pilar – the largest baroque building in Spain.
Munich, the former residence of royals and metropolis of culture is located in a charming landscape at the foot of the Alps. In Munich it’s the mix that makes the message – the modern blends harmoniously with the traditional, bits and bytes with beer, business and leisure.