The Falcone Borsellino will see a 13% increase in frequencies and, from June, will inaugurate the new connection with New York

There are 90 destinations that will connect 26 countries with the Falcone Borsellino International Airport in Palermo: 26 national routes and 64 international. 35 airlines will fly millions of passengers from the Palermo airport.

In the 2024 summer season, new connections to New York (Neos Air, starting from June 9), Poznan (Ryanair) and Brest (Volotea) will also arrive at Falcone Borsellino, while Porto (easyJet) doubles the frequency. There is also the increase from four to six weekly frequencies of Turkish Airlines’ Palermo-Istanbul.

The summer flight schedule consists of:

26 national routes: Alghero (Ryanair), Ancona (Volotea), Bari (Ryanair), Bergamo (Ryanair), Bologna (Ryanair), Brindisi (Ryanair), Cagliari (Ryanair), Cuneo (Ryanair), Florence (Vueling, Volotea), Forlì (Ryanair), Genoa (Ryanair), Lampedusa (DAT), Milan Linate (ITA Airways), Milan Malpensa (Ryanair, EasyJet), Naples (Ryanair, EasyJet, Volotea), Olbia (Volotea, Enter Air (C)), Pantelleria (DAT), Parma (Ryanair), Perugia (Ryanair), Pisa (Ryanair), Rimini (Ryanair), Rome Fiumicino (ITA Airways, Ryanair, Aeroitalia), Turin (Ryanair, Volotea), Trieste (Ryanair), Venice (Ryanair), Verona (Ryanair, Volotea);

14 connections with France (+18.12% of flights): Paris Orly (EasyJet, Transavia), Paris Charles de Gaulle (EasyJet, Air France, Enter Air (C)), Marseille (Ryanair, Transavia), Lyon (EasyJet, Transavia, Volotea), Brest (Volotea) NEW, Nantes (Transavia, Enter Air, Volotea), Paris Beauvais (Ryanair), Bordeaux (Enter Air (C), Volotea), Lille (Volotea, Alpavia (C)), Toulouse (Volotea), Lourdes (Volotea), Deauville (Volotea), Strasbourg (Volotea), Nizza (EasyJet, Volotea)

10 routes to Germany (+28.80% of flights): Munich (Lufthansa), Colonia (Ryanair, Eurowings), Memmingen (Ryanair), Nuremberg (Ryanair), Berlin (Ryanair), Frankfurt Hahn (Ryanair), Karlsruhe (Ryanair), Frankfurt (Lufthansa), Stuttgart (Eurowings), Dusseldorf (Eurowings);

6 Great Britain and Ireland routes (+18.31% of flights): London Stansted (Ryanair), London Gatwick (EasyJet), London Heathrow (British Airways), London Luton (EasyJet), Edinburgh (Ryanair), Dublin (Ryanair)

4 routes to Spain and Portugal (+28.88% of flights): Barcelona (Ryanair, Vueling), Madrid (Ryanair, Iberia), Valencia (Ryanair), Porto (easyJet)

 4 routes to Switzerland and Austria (+27.79% of flights): Geneva (EasyJet), Zurich (Swiss), Basel (EasyJet), Vienna (Austrian, Ryanair);

5 routes to Poland (+67,81% of flights): Wroclaw (Ryanair), Krakow (Ryanair), Warsaw (Lot (C)), Katowice (AMC Aviation (C), Enter Air (C), Smartwings (C), Poznan (Ryanair) NEW;

3 routes to Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic: Bucharest Otopeni (Ryanair), Budapest (Ryanair), Prague (Smartwings (C); 

5 routes to Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg: Charleroi (Ryanair), Brussels (Tuifly), Luxembourg (Luxair), Amsterdam (EasyJet), Rotterdam (Transavia)

3 routes to Norway, Sweden and Denmark: Oslo (Scandinavian), Stockholm (Scandinavian, Norwegian), Copenhagen (Norwegian, Scandinavian);

6 routes to Greece, Bosnia, Serbia and Bulgaria: Athens (Aegean, Volotea), Zakynthos (Volotea), Santorini (Volotea), Mostar (Luxwings (C)), Belgrade (Air Serbia), Sofia (Balkan Holiday Air (C))

A route to Tunisia: Tunis (Tunisair Express);

A route to Malta: Malta (Luxwings (C), Universal Air);

A route to Turkey: Istanbul (Turkish airlines)

Finally, a route to the United States of America: New York (Neos).

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