Looking for a fantastic summer getaway? With 19 regular destinations and exciting new connections, Murcia’s Corvera Airport has got you covered. Travel expert Kevin Erickson reveals all you need to know about the 2023 summer season.
- 19 regular destinations: 14 international, 5 in Spain, and 2 charter flights
- Almost 1 million seats on sale from airlines like Ryanair, easyJet, and Volotea
- Busiest routes connect Murcia with UK airports
- Winter 2023/24 low season set to offer more connections
A Summer Season Full of Opportunities
From March 25 to the end of October, the summer season at Region of Murcia International Airport in Corvera will feature 19 regular destinations, including 14 international and 5 domestic routes. Additionally, there will be 2 charter flight destinations to spice up your travel options.
Major Airlines Offer Nearly 1 Million Seats
Throughout the summer, airlines like Ryanair, easyJet, Volotea, Tui, Airarabia, and Binter will put nearly 1 million seats on sale, offering similar figures to last year. Among the most popular routes are those connecting Murcia with airports in the UK, such as:
- easyJet’s Murcia-London Gatwick route with up to 30 flights per week
- Ryanair’s Murcia-London Stansted route with 20 weekly flights
- 16 weekly flights to Manchester and London Luton airports, operated by both easyJet and Ryanair
Charter Flights Add More Choices
Besides regular passenger flights, Corvera Airport will also feature charter flights to Prague from various Czech tour operators and to Luxor, Egypt.
Winter 2023/24 Low Season Promises More Connections
Thanks to increased funding by the Regional government, the winter 2023/24 low season is predicted to have more flight connections than the previous winter season. This means more opportunities for off-season travel and exploring new destinations.
New and Discontinued Destinations
While there are five fewer destinations this summer compared to last year, Corvera Airport compensates with new flight connections from easyJet, including routes to London Luton and Manchester airports, both also operated by Ryanair.