Green Airlines connects Cologne Bonn to Sylt
From 9 July, travellers from Cologne Bonn Airport will be able to fly to Sylt with Green Airlines. The new German airline will connect Cologne Bonn to the popular North Sea island, via a stopover in Paderborn, every Friday and Sunday. Flights can be booked starting now at www.green-airlines.com.
Green Airlines will take off from Cologne Bonn Airport at 5 pm on Friday. With a stopover at Paderborn Lippstadt Airport, the journey will continue to Sylt at 6 pm, arriving on the island at 7 pm. The return flight from Sylt via Paderborn to Cologne Bonn will be at 6 pm on Sunday.
“Sylt is a popular summer destination and we are thrilled that we once again have a flight to Germany’s most northerly island just in time for the summer holidays,” says Johan Vanneste, President & CEO of Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH.
“We are delighted to be expanding our offer in North Rhine-Westphalia and offering climate-fair flights from Cologne Bonn Airport,” expounds Stefan Auwetter, founder and CEO of Green Airlines.
A German Airways Embraer 190 with space for 100 passengers will be used for the flights. Every booking includes in-flight catering, one item of hold baggage and one item of hand baggage.
About Green Airlines
Green Airlines, founded in 2020, is a German airline that has set itself the goal of making air travel in Germany and Europe more sustainable and greener. With its unique concept, Green Airlines focuses on CO2 compensation, avoiding plastic waste and cooperation with regional catering suppliers, as well as lean corporate processes thanks to digitalisation. You can find more information at www.green-airlines.com
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