Lauda adds Palermo to its growing European network

Lauda introduced the Italian island getaway of Palermo to its growing European network on 2 April. with a four times weekly service from Düsseldorf. The 1,539-kilometre sector currently faces no direct competition from any other carrier. Along with this route, Lauda also commenced a further four routes between 2 and 3 April.

  • Lauda, formally known as Laudamotion, launched flights between Düsseldorf (DUS) and Palermo (PMO) on 2 April. The route will be operated by Ryanair 737-800s initially, with there being no competition on the 1,539-kilometre airport sector. The introduction of this new route is one of five new routes for the LCC, which has also launched flights to Podgorica (TGD), Nice (NCE) and Pula (PUY) from Stuttgart (STR). Finally a twice-weekly route from Vienna (VIE) to Mykonos (JMK) was inducted on 3 April. All routes from Stuttgart and Vienna will be operated by the carrier’s A320s.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
02-Apr Stuttgart (STR) Nice (NCE) A320 (3)  
Podgomorica (TGD) A320 (2)  
Pula (PUY) A320 (3)  
Düsseldorf (DUS) Palermo (PMO) B738 (4)  
03 Apr Vienna (VIE) Mykonos (JMK) A320 (2)  
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 16 April. WF = Weekly frequencies.

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