Luxair has unveiled its latest flight schedule ahead of the February half term and the summer months, adding new destinations and routes departing from Findel.

After a year marked by travel bans and a significant drop in passenger traffic, the airline hopes to relaunch following a welcomed spike in last minute LuxairTours bookings over the winter break. Luxair is looking to the February half term as a possible upswing in travel after 2021 failed to get off to a great start, with a 63% drop in LuxairTours bookings, and 78% drop for Luxair passengers. The company's half term programme and summer schedule was published on Wednesday, offering a selection of destinations and covering both sunshine and snow.


For those seeking some winter sun, Luxair has set up an exclusive route from Luxembourg to Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah, with round trips from 15-19 February. Travellers to Ras Al Khaimah will have to connect from Dubai.

Wintersports lovers can take a trip to Sweden on a temporary route, running to Sälen from 15-19 February.


Three new destinations will be added to Luxair's schedule from summer 2021:
Travellers to Oslo (Norway) will be served with two weekly flights from 3 May, then three flights a week from June.

Luxair will also fly to the German coast, in Rostock , from 19 June, with one round trip a week.

Finally, Belgrade in Serbia will have two flights a week from 3 June.