For the winter season 2023/2024, theToulouse-Blagnac airport will propose a program of direct flights to 74 destinationsincluding long-haul new features such as Doha in Qatar, Dakar in Senegal or even Montreal in Canada.
From Toulouse, Doha will be served three times a week with Qatar Airways and Montreal four times a week by Air Canada. Good opportunities to discover these two destinations but also many other connections: on the one hand North and Central America and the Caribbean with Air Canada, and on the other Africa, Asia and Oceania with Qatar Airways.
The other big novelty of the winter will be Dakar, served by the French low-cost airline Transavia at the rate of one flight per week. For its part, the Irish low cost Ryanair will offer new destinations from Toulouse, including a twice-weekly flight to Paphos in Cyprus, Valencia in Spain and Nador in Morocco.
The British low cost easyJet will strengthen its service from Lisbon to Portugal, with four flights per week this winter. Nouvelair will offer one flight per week on Sundays to balmy Djerba in Tunisia. The Spanish regional company Volotea will operate occasional flights over the All Saints’ and Christmas holidays to Florence in Italy and Athens in Greece.
Also note a charter flight on February 10, 2024 to Kittila in Finland with La Française des Circuits to discover Lapland. Charter flights will be planned to support the French rugby team during the Six Nations Tournament in Edinburgh and Cardiff with Hemispheres Voyages, Couleur Rugby and many others…
Finally, the domestic network sees the arrival of a new airline, Twinjet, which will connect Toulouse to Rennes with four frequencies per week.