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Luxair to Operate 5 Destinations from Luxembourg

Luxair has revealed its flight plan for the Pentecost weekend marking its safe and gradual resumption of services.

Luxair has revealed its flight plan for the Pentecost weekend marking its safe and gradual resumption of services.

The Pentecost weekend traditionally marks the start of the summer season. After almost 2 months of flight suspensions, Luxair Luxembourg Airlines will welcome its first passengers on board from 29 May 2020 with its usual comprehensive quality service on flights to 5 European destinations and a safe journey guaranteed.

The first regular passenger flights from and to Luxembourg are scheduled for the 29th of May, starting with Luxair to Stockholm, Lisbon, Porto, Hamburg and Munich.

The Luxair/LuxairTours range of destinations will gradually be extended. The resumption of services has been organised to strictly comply with all the relevant health measures set by the competent authorities. 

Last March, Luxair Luxembourg Airlines was the last airline to suspend its flights from Luxembourg after ensuring all its customers had been repatriated safely. The national airline will then be the first to resume its flights over the Pentecost weekend and take off from Findel to gradually reconnect the Greater Region to the rest of Europe.

LuxairGroup is well aware of the key role it plays in managing this unprecedented crisis. Over the past 2 months, it has guaranteed the supply of essential products to Luxembourg and the Greater Region, whilst taking part in airlifting patients and operating flights deemed necessary by the Luxembourgish Government.

LuxairGroup is a responsible actor and this will continue to be the case now more than ever when it resumes its flight operations. The Group will not only play its part in relaunching the country and the Greater Region’s economy via its various activities, but also allow travellers to get away from it all once again, families to reunite and companies to reconnect in comfortable and safe conditions.

Iuliia Tore