Published on December 20th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


New Route for Dublin to Lübeck in 2022

Dublin Airport will receive a new route in May with German regional airline, Lübeck Air having recently announced an expanded operation for 2022. Lübeck Air will operate a summer season twice-weekly service from Lübeck to Dublin using their ATR 72-500 aircraft. The airline announced plans to expand with ten new routes to Central Europe, some Mediterranean resorts and as far north as Keflavik in Iceland.

The new service will start on 23rd May and run until 24th October 2022. The service will operate on Monday and Friday’s. The Monday service will have a 16.15 departure time from Lübeck, arrival in Dublin at 17.10, the return flight will depart at 17.45 and arrive back in Lübeck at 20.40. The Friday service will depart at 07.05, with an 08.00 arrival in Dublin, and depart again at 08.30 and arrive in Lubeck at 11.25.

Commenting as they announced their new routes, the Lübeck Air Managing Director, Jürgen Friedel told the German media, “We are pleased to be able to offer our passengers an expanded range of services from Lübeck for 2022, despite the challenges of the industry and the general situation. Our goal for 2022 is to convince many passengers of our exclusive tourist offer in addition to the regular guests we have already won. We are sure that after the long winter months, the summer perspective, with the beautiful new destinations that are unique for Lübeck, will be well received. When choosing another aircraft, as with our ATR 72-500, we rely on an economical aircraft that is in line with our environmentally conscious holistic service concept and offers an attractive product for our guests.”

The airline started operations in August 2020 with a route between Stuttgart and Munich on behalf of Air Ailse of Denmark. The airlines current fleet is just one ATR 72 aircraft but they expect to expand next year with the addition possibly an Embraer Regional jet.

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