A new regional carrier based in the Baltic coast city of Lübeck has announced that it will be flying to and from Jersey this summer.
The airline will fly once a week on Saturdays from 28 May until 22 October using a ATR72-500 aircraft. It is scheduled to arrive at 08:15 and return to Lübeck Airport at 09:00.
Jersey is one of nine new routes that the airline has just announced.
Pictured: Lübeck is a Baltic Sea port north-east of Hamburg. (Google Maps)
The single-aircraft carrier will also fly to Dublin, Bergen, Krakow, Menorca, Ibiza, Bastia in Corsica, Zadar in Croatia and Olbia in Sardinia.
Website Simple Flying also reports that Lübeck Air could also be adding an Embraer E-190 to its fleet.
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