Luxair, the flag carrier airline of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, will resume its regular flight to Porto on May 30th. Air connections will be daily and the only ones connecting the Invicta city to Luxembourg, since the route provided by TAP was withdrawn from Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport.
The first flight to Porto Airport is scheduled for the last Saturday of the current month, according to the timetables already available on the airline's website. The service will be daily, on a Boeing 737-700 aircraft.
"These are good news to the Portuguese emigrants in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg after TAP announced the flight suspension between Porto and Luxembourg", as stated in the Jornal do Luxemburgo.
For Joe Schroeder, Luxair spokesperson, the resumption of flights "it is extremely important to renew the connections between the two countries, mainly due to the large Portuguese community that lives in Luxembourg".
In addition to Porto, the relaunch of Luxair's regular timetable includes four more European cities, namely Lisbon, Stockholm, Munich, and Hamburg.
The Luxembourg’s airline also says that it will gradually resume its connections to other European countries, as before the pandemic crisis Luxair was flying from Luxembourg to 25 destinations in 13 countries in Europe.