Tel Aviv, Budapest, Luxembourg, Tangier, Oujda: the airport offers an even broader choice of destinations from the “Pink City”. The summer heatwave has subsided and an Indian summer is in full swing - the ideal conditions in which to discover Europe. Europe, or even beyond!
EasyJet opens the door to Tel Aviv and Agadir. The airline has decided to replace two Airbus A319s from its Toulouse hub by A320s with a larger capacity and range, meaning it can now offer medium-haul destinations such as Israel.
Another of the airport’s major airlines is taking advantage of the new season to reinforce its presence at Toulouse-Blagnac: Ryanair has just opened its operational base, with many new routes on the horizon. In late September, the airline celebrated the opening of its new base at Toulouse-Blagnac airport (its third in France) and the launch of its summer 2020 schedule, with two aircraft based in Toulouse and 23 routes (including 13 new ones), in the presence of Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair.
Twenty-three routes are operated from Toulouse (12 new destinations, to eight countries) to Alicante, Brest, Budapest, Lille, Luxembourg, Marseille, Oujda, Palermo, Dublin, Porto, Tangier and Valencia, bringing one million passengers per year to Toulouse airport. The airline has announced two new destinations starting in summer 2020: Athens and Palma.