The inaugural flight of the connection between Berlin and Funchal, carried out by the German charter air carrier Sundair, landed yesterday on Madeira soil.
This air connection originated in the German capital and was carried out using an A320 aircraft with 180 seats.
It should be noted that this was the first company to start the six new weekly operations that will arrive at the Madeira airport by the end of the month.
Such air connections will generate 1,280 new seats available and, thus, reinforce the offer of airlines to Madeira, at a time of strong tourist recovery in the archipelago after the deep brake caused by the confinement measures imposed due to the covid-19 pandemic.
This time, in the final stretch of October, Madeira will see new routes from Budapest, capital of Hungary, and Warsaw, capital of Poland.